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    GE Fanuc AutomationComputer Numerical Control ProductsSeries 15i Model BSeries 150i Model BMaintenance ManualGFZ-63785EN/01June 2002

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    GFL-001Warnings, Cautions, and Notesas Used in this PublicationWarningWarning notices are used in this publication to emphasize that hazardous voltages, currents,temperatures, or other conditions that could cause personal injury exist in this equipment ormay be associated with its use.In situatio...

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    s–1SAFETY PRECAUTIONSThis section describes the safety precautions related to the use of CNC units. It is essential that these precautionsbe observed by users to ensure the safe operation of machines equipped with a CNC unit (all descriptions in thissection assume this configuration). CNC mai...

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    SAFETY PRECAUTIONSB–63785EN/01s–21 DEFINITION OF WARNING, CAUTION, AND NOTEThis manual includes safety precautions for protecting the maintenance personnel (herein referredto as the user) and preventing damage to the machine. Precautions are classified into Warnings andCautions according to ...

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    B–63785EN/01SAFETY PRECAUTIONSs–32 WARNINGS RELATED TO CHECK OPERATIONWARNING1. When checking the operation of the machine with the cover removed(1)The user’s clothing could become caught in the spindle or other components, thuspresenting a danger of injury. When checking the operation, st...

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    SAFETY PRECAUTIONSB–63785EN/01s–4WARNING5. Ensure that the specified feedrate is appropriate for the intended operation. Generally, for eachmachine, there is a maximum allowable feedrate. The appropriate feedrate varies with theintended operation. Refer to the manual provided with the mach...

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    B–63785EN/01SAFETY PRECAUTIONSs–53 WARNINGS RELATED TO REPLACEMENTWARNING1. Always turn off the power to the CNC and the main power to the power magnetics cabinet. Ifonly the power to the CNC is turned off, power may continue to be supplied to the serve section.In such a case, replacing a un...

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    SAFETY PRECAUTIONSB–63785EN/01s–64 WARNINGS RELATED TO PARAMETERSWARNING1. When machining a workpiece for the first time after modifying a parameter, close the machinecover. Never use the automatic operation function immediately after such a modification.Instead, confirm normal machine opera...

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    B–63785EN/01SAFETY PRECAUTIONSs–75 WARNINGS AND NOTES RELATED TO DAILYMAINTENANCEWARNING1. Memory backup battery replacementWhen replacing the memory backup batteries, keep the power to the machine (CNC) turned on,and apply an emergency stop to the machine. Because this work is performed wit...

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    SAFETY PRECAUTIONSB–63785EN/01s–8WARNING2. Absolute pulse coder battery replacementWhen replacing the memory backup batteries, keep the power to the machine (CNC) turned on,and apply an emergency stop to the machine. Because this work is performed with the poweron and the cabinet open, only ...

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    B–63785EN/01SAFETY PRECAUTIONSs–9WARNING3. Fuse replacementBefore replacing a blown fuse, however, it is necessary to locate and remove the cause of theblown fuse.For this reason, only those personnel who have received approved safety and maintenancetraining may perform this work.When replaci...

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    B–63785EN/01PREFACEp–1PREFACE1.Display and operationThis chapter covers those items, displayed on the screen, that are relatedto maintenance. A list of all supported operations is also provided at theend of this chapter.2.HardwareThis chapter covers hardware–related items, including the ha...

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    B–63785EN/01PREFACEp–2This manual can be used with the following models. The abbreviatednames may be used.Pruduct nameAbbreviationFANUC Series 15i–MB15i–MBSeries 15iFANUC Series 150i–MB150i–MBSeries 150iNOTESome function described in this manual may not be appliedto some products.For...

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    B–63785EN/01Table of Contentsc–1SAFETY PRECAUTIONSs–1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PREFACEp–1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...

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    B–63785EN/01Table of Contentsc–21.16.3How to Begin the “BIOS SET–UP”102. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.16.4How to End the “BIOS SET–UP”102. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....

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    B–63785EN/01Table of Contentsc–32.5.3.1Removing the board170. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.5.3.2Mounting the board171. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....

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    B–63785EN/01Table of Contentsc–43.2.1Output of Part Programs235. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.2.2Output of System Parameters241. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....

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    B–63785EN/01Table of Contentsc–54.3.4.5Counter screen (COUNTR)299. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.3.4.6Keep relay screen (KEEPRL)300. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...

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    B–63785EN/01Table of Contentsc–67.10.3Alarm SP0220 (no Spindle Amplifier)392. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.10.4Alarm SP0221 (Illegal Spindle Motor Number) Alarm SP0996 (Illegal Spindle Parameter Setting)392. . . . . . . . . ...

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    B–63785EN/01Table of Contentsc–7APPENDIXA. BOOT SYSTEM429. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A.1OVERVIEW430. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS11 SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS1.1 FUNCTION KEYS AND SOFT KEYS2. . . . . . . . . . . . 1.2 SCREEN INDICATIONS AT POWER ON10. . . . . . . . . 1.3 DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION11. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.4 CNC STATE INDICATIONS24. . ...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/012(1) Press a function key on the MDI panel to show the soft keys forchapter selection related to the function.POSPROGOFFSETSETTINGSYSTEM MESSAGEGRAPHCUSTOM(2) Press one of the indicated soft keys for chapter selection to display thecorresponding s...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS3Use a function key to select the corresponding function.The following function keys are provided for the MDI panel.Press this key to show an actual position screen.Press this key to show a program screen.Press this key to show an offset/setting s...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/014To select a function with the corresponding soft key, press the functionmenu key first to set soft keys to a function selection key state, and thenpress the desired function selection key.Function selection is allowed in any mode.Use a chapter se...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS5Use function selection keys to select items (functions).Each item is further divided into subitems (chapters). Use a chapterselection key to select the corresponding subitem (chapter).To select a chapter, press the CHAPTER key to set the soft ke...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/016PROGPRO-GRAMCHAP-TERFunction key on the MDI panelSoft keys(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8)(9)(10)(11)(12)(13)(14)(15)(16)(17)(18)(19)No.Chapter menuDescription(1)TEXTSelects a screen for indicating the contents of the currentlyselected part program.(2)DI...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS7(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8)(9)(10)(11)(12)(13)(14)(15)(16)(17)(18)(19)(21)(22)(23)(24)(25)(26)(27)(28)(29)OFFSETSET-TINGCHAP-TERFunction key on the MDI panelSoft keysOFFSETSET-TINGNo.Chapter menuDescription(1)TOOLSelects a screen for setting a tool ...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/018SYS-TEMCHAP-TERFunction key on the MDI panelSoft keysSYS-TEM(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8)(9)(10)(11)(12)(13)(14)(15)(16)(17)(18)(19)(21)(22)(23)(24)(25)(26)(27)(28)(29)No.Chapter menuDescription(1)PARAMETERSelects a screen for setting a parameter.(2)P...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS9MES-SAGECHAP-TERFunction key on the MDI panelSoft keys(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8)(9)(10)MES-SAGENo.Chapter menuDescription(1)ALARMSelects an alarm message screen.(2)OPERATORSelects an operator message screen.(5)ETHERNETSelects a screen for showing l...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/0110The test results of hardware (RAM and ROM), and the check results ofcontrol software and file data are indicated on the screen at power on.FANUC SERIES 15I F010ACOPYRIGHT(C) FANUC LTD 1997–1999RAM TEST:ENDROM TEST:ENDPMC ROM TEST:ENDSERVO RAM ...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS11If an error occurs, or if a machine operation stops for some reason suchas an external–signal wait state without an error and it seems as if an erroroccurs, it is necessary to check the cause from the internal CNC state andan interface state b...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/0112#71005#6#5#4#3#2OTH#1RPO#0JMDBitNameInternal state when “1” is indicated#0JMDDI and DO signals are incorrect in a manualnumeric command (*1).#1RPODI and DO signals are incorrect in repositioningfor tool retraction and recovery (*2).#2OTHOthe...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS13The diagnostic data 1007 and 1008 indicates classification information ofa generated alarm. When the alarm is released, the data becomes “0.”#71007#6#5PW#4IO#3PC#2OT#1SV#0SWBitNameInternal state when “1” is indicated#0SWParameter writin...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/0114#7HLD1011#6STP#5MOD#4ALM#3RST#2ERS#1RRW#0ESPBitNameInternal state when “1” is indicated#0ESPDuring emergency stop#1RRWThe reset and rewind signal is “1.”#2ERSThe external reset signal is “1.”#3RSTThe reset key is being pressed.#4ALMA...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS15The diagnostic data 1500 to 1505 indicates serial–spindle information.#7SALMI1500#6#5CALM#4CMER#3CER#2SNER#1FRER#0CRER[Data type] Bit spindle typeBitNameInternal state when “1” is indicated#0CRERA CRC error occurred (warning).#1FRERA frami...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/01161563Spindle motor temperature information[Data type] Integer axis[Unit of data]°C[Valid data range] 0 to 255Displays the temperature of the winding of the αi spindle motor when theαi spindle I/F is used. The temperature at which overheating ...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS17The diagnostic data 3014 and 3015 indicates alarm information when analarm is generated in digital servo.#7OVL3014#6LVAL#5OVC#4HCAL#3HVAL#2DCAL#1FBAL#0OFALFirst axis:3014Second axis: 3034Third axis:3054(The subsequent axes correspond to data num...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/0118D Identification of disconnection alarms and overload alarmsDisconnection alarms and overload alarms can be identified as shownin the following table by the diagnostic data 3014 and 3015.Alarm type3014#7OVL3014#1FBAL3015#7ALDF3015#4EXPCOverheat1...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS19#7APMVALAn excessive motor displacement alarm wasgenerated. It is generated when the machinemoves largely at power on and the pulse count indetection units exceeds 24,000. (Action: Take ameasure in the machine so that the machine doesnot move...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/01203510Error amount of dual position feedback[Data type] Integer axis type[Unit of data] Detection unitThe difference (the positional difference between the machine and themotor) between the feedback of the closed loop and the feedback of thesemi...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS21ÅÅÅÅSemi–closed–loop error (No. 3513)SÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅKpÅÅÅÅSpeedcontrolÅÅÅÅMachineConversioncoefficientÅÅÅX timeconstantÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅClosed–loop error (No. 3512)Closed–loop–semi–closed–looperror (No. 35...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/01223521Pulse coder temperature information[Data type] Integer axis[Unit of data]°CDisplays the temperature of the printed circuit board in the αi pulse coder.When the temperature reaches 100°C (the ambient temperature in thepulse coder is about ...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS234100Shift to the coordinate system by manual operation[Data type] Real–number axis type[Unit of data] Input unitThe movement distance along each axis by manual operation in a case inwhich the manual absolute signal is “0” is indicated.4101...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/0124ÅÅ(1)ÅÅ(2)ÅÅ(3)Å(4)(1) Automatic–operation mode selectionThe selected operation mode in automatic operation is indicated.MDI: MDI operationMEM: Memory operationDNC: DNC operationEDIT: Memory editing****:Automatic operation is not select...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS25(4) Program–editing stateThe state of program editing is indicated.READ: Being registeredPNCH: Program being outputVRFY: Being verifiedSRCH: Being searched forCOND: Memory being rearrangedEDIT: Being edited in another way (such as INSERT or AL...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/0126This function traces data such as a servo position error, torque, and amachine signal and shows a change in the data as a waveform. Thisfacilitates the adjustment of a servo motor and a spindle motor and findingof a possible cause in a problem....

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS27Display the waveform–diagnosis graphic screen according to theprocedure described in II 2.6 Soft Keys in the FANUC Series15i/150i–MA Operator’s Manual (Operation) (B–63324EN–1).The wave–form diagnosis graphic screen provides data tr...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/0128Press the [PARAMETER] soft key on the waveform–diagnosis graphicscreen to show the waveform–diagnosis parameter screen.The waveform–diagnosis parameter screen provides the settings ofvarious parameters related to data tracing and waveform ...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS29Fig. 1.5 (c) Waveform–Diagnosis Parameter Screen (Page 2)On Page 2 of the waveform–diagnosis parameter screen, set eachparameter related to the first waveform and the second waveform.At the right half of the screen, the types of trace data ...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/0130TYPE 3: Traces data for the specified time period until the specifiedtrigger event occurs after the [TRACE] soft key is pressed.[TRACE] key pressedTimeTracing periodEvent occursSet a trigger event for the type–2 or type–3 tracing condition.I...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS31In the type–3 tracing condition, the tracing end time can be delayed by thespecified time period after the event occurs. Set the time period in a rangeof 0 ms to 160000 ms.(1) Delay period of 0[TRACE] key pressedTimeTracing periodEvent occurs...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/0132Specify the number of the data to be traced.Data numberTypeUnit0No tracing1Servo position errorPulse (detection unit)2Servo pulse count after distributionPulse (detection unit)3Servo torque%4Servo pulse count after acceleration anddecelerationPu...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS33Specify a graduation of the horizontal axis (time axis) in a range of 25 msto 800 ms.Specify a graduation of the vertical axis in a range of 1 to 500000 for eachtrace data. Set this parameter for servo–related items, the combined speedfor all...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/0134Data tracing starts.(1) Display the waveform–diagnosis graphic screen.(2) Press the [TRACE] soft key.At the top of the screen, “Tracing” is indicated. When tracing ends,“Tracing” is deleted.Tracing continues even if the screen is chan...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS35Press the [EXPAND(V)] and [REDUCE(V)] soft keys to enlarge andreduce the entire waveforms in the vertical direction. The height of awaveform is doubled by the [EXPAND(V)] soft key, and the height of awaveform is halved by the [REDUCE(V)] soft k...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/0136(4) Data typeD Servo–related itemsT6: A:: ;Servo axis numberServo–related identifier wordT60 : Servo position errorT61 : Servo pulse count after distributionT62 : Servo torqueT63 : Servo actual speedT64 : Specified servo current T65 : Therma...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS37(5) Data blockD:,Machine signal 1,,,,,,Data 1Data 2Data3Data 4;Machine signal 2Machine signal 3Machine signal 4::: : :: : ::::::::NOTE1 The data input and output format is subject to changewithout notice.2 Set the parameter No. 4600 to “1” t...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/0138%–Record startT00CWAVEDIAGNOS;–HeaderT50D19990115,151500;–Tracing start timeT51D19990115,151515;–Tracing end timeT02D4;–Tracing cycleT60A1,T61A1,,,T71G100.7,F001.5,Y127.7,;–Trace data typeD100,200,,,0,0,1,;D101,201,,,0,0,1,;–Data b...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS39Method 1 (without specifying an output file name and a file number)(1) Press the [PUNCH] soft key.(2) Press the [EXEC] soft keyMethod 2 (with an output file name being specified)(1) Press the [PUNCH] soft key.(2) Press the [“FILE NAME] soft ke...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/0140Method 1 (without specifying an input file name and a file number)(1) Press the [READ] soft key.(2) Press the [EXEC] soft keyMethod 2 (with an input file being specified by its file name)(1) Press the [READ] soft key.(2) Press the [“FILE NAME]...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS41In the waveform diagnosis function, the contents of specified memorylocations are added as traceable data.For details of the waveform diagnosis function, refer to the Section 1.5.1.Display the internal position compensation data screen using eit...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/0142The following type is added to the data types:T90BIAddressR;…Access sizeBoard selectionNOTE1 The traced data is clamped within the following range:–999999999 x data x 9999999992 Depending on the access size, the lowest bit of the addressis r...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS434732Memory address specification 1[Input type] Parameter input[Data type] Integer[Valid data range] 0 – 999999999In trace data 1 of waveform diagnosis function, the memory address forthe tracing of specified memory is specified.NOTESpecify an ...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/01444735Memory address specification 2[Input type] Parameter input[Data type] Integer[Valid data range] 0 – 999999999In trace data 2 of waveform diagnosis function, the memory address forthe tracing of specified memory is specified.NOTESpecify an ...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS45NOTESpecify an existing address.If an illegal address is specified, a system alarm may beissued.4739Target board specification 4[Input type] Parameter input[Data type] Integer[Valid data range] 0 – 1In trace data 4 of waveform diagnosis functi...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/0146Information related to position compensation for each of the followingfunctions is displayed:D Cutter compensationD Tool length offsetD Drilling canned cycleD Coordinate system rotationD Three–dimensional coordinate conversionD Programmable mi...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS47Fig. 1.6 (a) Cutter compensationMODEON is reversed in the cutter compensation mode. In other cases, OFFis reversed.OFFSET VECTORThe cutter compensation vector created for each block is displayed.START–UPThe startup cancel type is displayed.N...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/0148Fig. 1.6 (b) Tool length offsetMODEON is reversed in the tool length offset mode. In other cases, OFF isreversed.OFFSET VECTORThe tool length offset vector created for each block is displayed. Theoffset vectors for all axes may be displayed b...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS49Fig. 1.6 (c) Drilling canned cycleMODEON is reversed in the drilling canned cycle mode. In other cases, OFFis reversed.INITIAL POINTThe absolute coordinate value at the initial point is displayed.POINT RThe absolute coordinate value at point R...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/0150Fig. 1.6 (d) Coordinate system rotationMODEON is reversed in the coordinate system rotation mode. In other cases,OFF is reversed.ROTATION CENTERThe absolute coordinate values of the rotation center of coordinatesystem rotation are displayed.RO...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS51Fig. 1.6 (e) Three–dimensional coordinate conversionMODEON is reversed in the three–dimensional coordinate conversion mode.In other cases, OFF is reversed.ROTATION CENTERThe absolute coordinate values of the rotation center ofthree–dimens...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/0152Fig. 1.6 (f) Programmable mirror imageMODEON is reversed in the programmable mirror image mode. In othercases, OFF is reversed.MIRROR CENTERThe absolute coordinate values of the mirror center are displayed. Thevalue is not displayed for an ax...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS53Fig. 1.6 (g) ScalingMODEON is reversed in the scaling mode. In other cases, OFF is reversed.SCALING CENTERThe absolute coordinate values of the scaling center are displayed.SCALING FACTORThe scaling factor for each axis is displayed.Scaling

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/0154Fig. 1.6 (h) Three–dimensional tool compensationMODEON is reversed in the three–dimensional tool compensation mode. Inother cases, OFF is reversed.OFFSET VECTORThe three–dimensional tool compensation vector created for eachblock is displ...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS55Fig. 1.6 (i) Three–dimensional cutter compensationMODEThe three–dimensional cutter compensation has two modes: TOOLSIDE OFS. and LEADING EDGE OFS. When either mode isselected, the corresponding ON display is reversed. The OFF displayfor ...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/0156Classifi-cationFunctionDataprotec-tion keyPWE=1(Datanumber8000)ModeFunctionselectionkeyClearTool offset valueKEY1 onOFFSETSETTINGOperation menu key ³ ³ { , , or }ALL CLEARALLWearGeometry1. Progra...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS57Classifi-cationFunctionselectionkeyModePWE=1(Datanumber8000)Dataprotec-tion keyFunctionProgram numbersearch (for a programstored in memory)KEY3 onEDIT orMEMORYmodePROGOperation menu key ³ ³ ³Program number ³FRWRD SEARCHBKWR...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/0158Classifi-cationFunctionselectionkeyModePWE=1(Datanumber8000)Dataprotec-tion keyFunctionWord movingKEY3EDIT modePROGOperation menu key ³³ Specify a range bymoving the cursor³³ Move the cursor tothe move destination.³³PASTEHERESELECTDELETEWo...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS59Classifi-cationFunctionselectionkeyModePWE=1(Datanumber8000)Dataprotec-tion keyFunctionInput/Program registrationKEY3 onEDIT modePROGOperation menu key ³key ³key ³ File number ³Operation menu key ³key ³key ³ Program number ³Operation men...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/0160With this CNC, if the configuration of those options that use the SRAMarea is changed, a warning screen appears.FANUC SERIES 15I F010ACOPYRIGHT(C) FANUC LTD 1997–1999FORMAT SYSTEM LABEL : END 6 : PROG–DIR.DAT 7 : PROG.DATCLEAR FILE OK?NOTEPr...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS61When an option using the SRAM area is added, the SRAM space requiredby the system software may exceed the size of the SRAM installed in thesystem. In this case, an allocation error screen appears at option changeand the system is returned to th...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/0162When the power to the CNS is turned on after system–softwarereplacement, the new system software may not be compatible with the oldsystem software. In this case, the screen shown below appears and thesystem does not start:FANUC SERIES 15I F0...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS63The maintenance information screen can be used to keep a history ofmaintenance work by FANUC and machine tool builder servicepersonnel.The maintenance information screen has the following features:D Half–size alphanumeric and kana characters c...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/0164(A)(B)Fig. 1.10.1 (b) Edit screenThe edit screen is used to edit or input/output maintenance information.In portion (A) at the bottom of the screen, the amount of free memory (inunits of characters) and the cursor position (line/column) appear....

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS651 Display the maintenance information screen using either of thefollowing procedures:Procedure 1Press the SYSTEM function key several times until the maintenanceinformation screen appears.Procedure 2(1) Press the SYSTEM function key.(2) Press th...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/01661 Press the [EDIT] soft key on the reference screen. The edit screenappears.2 On the edit screen, the following key operations are available:D Cursor keys The cursor keys are used to position the cursor. When the cursoris positioned to the ...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS67At termination, the edited maintenance information can be saved intoflash memory.(1) Press the [END] soft key.(2) When you want to save maintenance information into flash memory,place the system in the emergency stop state, then press the [SAVE]...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/0168(2) Select half–size alphanumeric mode as the input mode only for theJapanese–language display.(3) Press the [READ] soft key.(4) Press the N address key.(5) Key in a file number.(6) Press the [MAINTEINFO] soft key.Procedure 5 (specifying an ...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS69(4) Press the N address key.(5) Key in a file number.(6) Press the [MAINTEINFO] soft key.Procedure 5 (specifying a file number [3])(1) Set the screen to edit mode.(2) Select half–size alphanumeric mode as the input mode only for theJapanese–...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/0170When the CNC display language is set to Japanese, pressing the[ALPHANUMERIC/KANA] soft key can select the half–size kana inputmode.In half–size kana input mode, data entered using the MDI keys isconverted to kana characters according to the ...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS71#72286#6#5#4#3MDC#2#1#0[Input classification] Parameter input[Data type] BitBit 3MDCAll clear of maintenance information data is:0: Impossible.1: Possible.Half–Size Kana–RomanConversion Table (2)1.10.4Parameter

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/0172The periodic maintenance screen can be used to set the life of eachconsumable which must be replaced regularly (examples: backup batteryfor the control unit and LCD unit backlight) and to check whetherreplacement and inspection are required.The ...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS73LIFEThe life (unit: hours) of each target item for periodic maintenance isdisplayed.REMAINThe remaining life time (unit: hours) of each target of periodicmaintenance is displayed. When the ratio of the remaining time to thetotal life becomes l...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/0174The item selection menu screen can be used to create a list of items to beselected using the setting screen.Fig. 1.11.1 (c) Item Selection menu screenMACHINEThis menu can be used to set the item names.CNCThis menu displays the fixed item names ...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS75Press soft key [SET ITEM] on the status display screen.Press soft key [SELECT ITEM] on the item setting screen.Use the item setting screen.(1) Position the cursor to an item name to be set using the cursor keys.(2) Key in the item name in the in...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/0176Example) To register “αTABLE”FANUC code : *6641*TABLEJIS code: *2641*TABLENOTEThe following characters cannot be used in an itemname: *, [, ], (, ), and ;.(1) Position the cursor to the life to be set using the cursor keys.(2) Key in the ti...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS77(1) Press soft key [CLEAR ITEM].(2) Key in an item number (1 to 10) to be deleted.(3) Press soft key [EXEC].Use the item selection menu screen.(1) Position the cursor to an item name to be set using the cursor keys. Only the Machine menu can be...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/0178(6) Press soft key [FILE NAME”].(7) Press soft key [PERIOD MAINTE].Method 3 (Specifying an input file with its file number: 1)(1) Place the system in EDIT mode.(2) To input periodic maintenance data, display the item settingscreen. To input ...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS79Method 1 (Specifying neither an output file name nor file number)(1) Select EDIT mode.(2) To output periodic maintenance data, display the item settingscreen. To output the Machine menu, display the item selectionmenu screen.(3) Press soft key ...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/0180Method 5 (Specifying a file number: 3)(1) Select EDIT mode.(2) To output periodic maintenance data, display the item settingscreen. To output the Machine menu, display the item selectionmenu screen.(3) Press address key N .(4) Key in a file nu...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS81Periodic maintenance dataG10G10G10L60L60L60P1P2P3 :::[n][n][n]AaAaAaRrRrRrQq;Qq;Qq;Item selection menu (Machine) dataG10G10G10L61L61L61P1P2P3 :::[n] ; [n] ; [n] ;G10 L60 : Periodic maintenance data specificationG10 L61 : Item selection menu (Mac...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/0182The information displayed when a system alarm occurs can be saved intobackup memory. This information can also be checked and downloadedto a memory card or host computer after restarting the machine.The contents of the system log screen are alm...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS83D Display of softwareinformation 1 (register save data)D Display of softwareinformation 2 (stack information)D Display of hardwareinformation 1 (F–BUS slot information)

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/0184D Display of hardwareinformation 2 (L–BUS slot information)D Display of hardwareinformation 3 (L–BUS slot information)D Display of general servosystem information

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS85D Display of detailed servosystem informationD Display of other optionboards

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/0186(1) Set parameter DSL (bit 6 of No. 0013) to 1.(2) Display the system log screen using either of the followingprocedures:Procedure 1Press the SYSTEM function key several times until the system logscreen appears.Procedure 2(1) Press the SYSTEM fu...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS87NOTE1 The following data is output according to the [LOG (NEW)],[LOG (OLD)], [ALL], and [THIS DATA] soft keys:[LOG (NEW)] or [LOG (OLD)]: The selected system log isoutput.[ALL]: The new and old system logs are output to one file.[THIS DATA]: ...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/0188As shown in the following example, the image on each page is output asis. When all data output is specified, the system log (new) is output first,followed by the system log (old).%==============================SYSTEM ALARM FILE ================...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS89After the system starts normally, the system configuration screen can bedisplayed to check the types of mounted printed circuit boards andsoftware components.(1) Press the SYSTEM key.(2) Press the [SYSTEMCONFIG] soft key.(3) There are the follow...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/0190D VERSION:Version of the software on each printed circuitboard with a CPUThe module IDs are listed below.IDPrinted circuit board nameXXEBMain CPU boardXXD8Additional axis boardXXAAHSSB interface boardXXFEData server boardXXE0PMC CXXE1Serial comm...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS91(1) Screen displayDisplayed information is explained below.D SYSTEM: Type of softwareD SERIES:Series of softwareD VERSION:Version of softwareFor CNC (SYSTEM), the software configuration is also displayed.D BASIC: BasicD OPTION A1: Option insta...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/0192The systems are listed below.SystemType of softwareCNC(SYSTEM)CNC systemBOOTCNC bootCNC(Help)CNC helpPMC(SYSTEM1)PMC system 1PMC(SYSTEM2)PMC system 2PMC(LADDER)PMC ladderSERVODigital servoGRAPHIC–1Graphic system 1GRAPHIC–2Graphic system 2SPI...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS93The displayed information is explained below.D SLOT NO.:Number of the logical slot into which eachprinted circuit board is inserted(The number corresponds to the numberdisplayed on the printed circuit boardconfiguration screen.)The number in par...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/0194The contents of CNC memory can be displayed starting from the specifiedaddress.Display the memory contents screen using the procedure explained inSection 2.6, “Soft Keys,” in Part II of the “FANUC Series 15i/150i–MAOperator’s Manual (O...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS95Fig. 1.14 (b) Memory contents screen (Word display)The memory contents are displayed in 2–byte units in hexadecimal. Onthe right of the screen, the memory contents are displayed in units ofcharacters.Fig. 1.14 (c) Memory contents screen (Lo...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/0196Fig. 1.14 (d) Memory contents screen (Double display)The memory contents are displayed in decimal in double–precisionfloating–point format.D Double display

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS97To select a display format, use the corresponding soft key.Pressing a soft key changes the screen to the corresponding displayformat.Byte display [BYTE] soft keyWord display [WORD] soft keyLong display [LONG] soft keyDouble display [DOUBLE] ...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/0198A pen input device/touch panel manufactured by Fujitsu Limited can beconnected to the indicator of the FANUC Series 15i (called “FS15i”below). The keys on the touch panel (screen display) can be used insteadof the soft key buttons normally ...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS991. Place the system in MDI mode.2. Validate the touch panel compensation function by setting bit 0 ofparameter No. 2219 (TPC).3. Display the following touch panel compensation screen by using theprocedure described in Section 1.1.5.4, “System....

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/011006. After inputting the compensation points (nine points), press the INPUTkey. Compensation terminates. To cancel compensation, press a keyother than the INPUT key.7. When compensation terminates normally, the message“Compensation terminated...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS101“BIOS Set–up” is a program to set up BIOS settings, and operatingenvironment for the CNC display unit with PC functions is defined bythese BIOS setting.It is unnecessary to run the set–up program normally because defaultBIOS settings ar...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/011021. Finish to work and store the data.2. Turn off the power, and connect a full–keyboard, and turn on thepower again.3. BIOS set–up will run with pressing “F2 key from completingmemory check till loading OS as of 22.Aug.2000.If battery is...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS103After turn on the system, POST (Power On Self Test) is executed.Diagnosis messages as the following table may be displayed.Marks in item “To be solved” represent as bellow.O: Something of hardware is failure. Exchanging PC card or etc. isre...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/01104In the αi servo system, ID information output from each of the connectedunits is obtained and output to the CNC screen.The units that have ID information are shown below.S Servo motorS PulsecoderS Servo amplifier moduleS Power supply moduleDis...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS105g If there is a difference between the spindle information in flash ROMand the actual servo information, the corresponding items are precededby *, as shown below.Editing the servo information screen1Assume that parameter No.0009#0(IDW) = 1.2Pre...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/01106Screen operationModeKey operationUseViewing(g1)Page keyScrolls up or down on a screen–by–screen basis.Editing(g2)Soft key[INPUT]Replace the selected ID information at the cursorposi–tionwith the character string in key–in buffer.[READ I...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS107In the αi spindle system, ID information output from each of theconnected units is obtained and output to the CNC screen.The units that have ID information are shown below.S Spindle motorS Spindle amplifierS Power supply moduleDisplaying the s...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/01108g If there is a difference between the spindle information in flash ROMand the actual spindle information, the corresponding items arepreceded by *, as shown below.When the spindle switching control function is used, ID information ofthe subspi...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS109Editing the spindle information screen1Assume that parameter No.0009#0(IDW) = 1.2Press the MDI switch on the machine operator’s panel.3Follow the procedure described in ”Displaying the spindleinformation screen” to display the screen as s...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/01110Screen operationModeKey operationUseViewing(g1)Page keyScrolls up or down on a screen–by–screen basis.Editing(g2)Soft key[INPUT]Replace the selected ID information at the cursorposi–tionwith the character string in key–in buffer.[READ I...

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    B–63785EN/011. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONS111If the spindle enters the operation disable status due to an MC signal inputerror (such as when two operation modes are specified simultaneously),a status error is indicated only in that status. When a signal is inputcorrectly, the spindle res...

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    1. SCREEN INDICATIONS AND OPERATIONSB–63785EN/01112Spindle screen

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE1132 15i SERIES HARDWAREThis chapter describes the functions of the printed circuit boards of the 15iSeries CNC control unit and the PCB cards mounted on those boards. Italso provides other hardware explanations, including how to replaceconsumables.2.1 HARDWAR...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01114Control unitLCD unitAdditionalaxisOptionMainPSUOptical fibercableMDI unitOptical fiber cableServo motorServo amplifierI/O LinkDistributed I/O, I/O unit model A, etc.Machine operator’s panel, power magnetic circuit, etc. PSU1232.1HARDWARECONFIGURATION

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE1152.2OVERVIEW OFHARDWARE2.2.1Series 15i/150i

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01116PSU123CPU for CNC control· 2–axis to 8–axis control· Spindle interface/Position coder· LCD interface· MDI interface· I/O Link· Analog output/high–speed DI· RS–232C × 2· Memory card interface· ON/OFF switch· Power supply unit· Graphic disp...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE117NameSpecificationSeries 15i/150i main CPU boardA16B–3200–0400NameFunctionBAT1BatteryJA2MDIJD5ASerial port 1 (RS–232C)JD5BSerial port 2 (RS–232C)JA3Manual pulse generatorJA40Analog spindle/HDIJA41Serial spindle/position coderJD1AI/O LinkMTSWRotary swi...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01118 (1) In normal state and after normal power–on sequenceLED displayf OffF OnNo.LED displayNC status1STATUS0Indicates a normal condition (LED indicator is lit steadily).2ALARMÂÂÂÂAll LEDs offNormal conditionThe dot of the STATUS LED indicator stays lit i...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE119No.NC statusLED display9STATUSFThe CPU card is defective (DRAM check error).10STATUSJThe LCD control printed–circuit board is defective.11STATUSPNo SRAM module has been installed, or one was installedincorrectly.12STATUSUThe ID of the CPU card is incorrect...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01120(3) Alarms indicated by a blinking LEDLED display (blinking)f OffF OnNo.LED displayNC status1STATUS0A ROM parity error has occurred in the FROM, or theFROM module is faulty.2STATUS1A parity error has occurred in the DRAM or the main CPUcard is faulty.3STATU...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE121(4) LED display upon the occurrence of an error (ALARM LED: red)f OffF Onl BlinkNo.LED displayNC status1ALARMThe voltage of the backup battery has fallen below a preset level.2ALARMSYSFILE status (failure in any of the modules on the F–bus)3ALARML–bus a...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01122Connector(4)SRAM module(3)FROM module(2)Axis controlcard 1Main boardDIMM modulesocketConnectorConnectorF–bus connector(1)Main CPU cardSetting pin SHT1Setting pin SHT2FaceplateNo.NameSpecificationFunctionRemarks(1)Main CPU cardA17B–3300–0402 CNC control...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE123NameSpecificationSeries 15i/150i additional axis boardA16B–2203–0340NameFunctionSTATUS/ALARMLED displayJD6BSerial port 2 (RS422)JD5C Serial port 4 (RS232–C)JA52JA53JA6Analog inputCOP10A–6FSSB6 (to servo amplifier) (*)CA54Servo check 3COP10A–5FSSB5 ...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01124(1) LED display upon the occurrence of an error (ALARM LED: red)j OffJ OnL BlinkNo.LED displayNC status1ALARMJjjServo alarm 2 (alarm on axis control card 2)2ALARMjJjServo alarm 3 (alarm on axis control card 3)3ALARMjjJSYSEMG status (NMI in any of the module...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE125NameSpecificationSeries 15i/150i LCD control printed circuit boardA20B–8100–0415MDI signal inputCA55CNC signal inputCOP20B24–V branchCP1B24–V inputCP1ALCD control printed circuit boardProtective connection stud(M4)Serial port 1(RS422)JD6ASerial port ...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01126(1) LED display upon the occurrence of an alarm condition (STATUS andBUSDRY: red)J Onl BlinkNo.LED displayLCD status1STSATUSJThe display interface cable is broken.2BUSRDYJThe display interface cable is broken, or the LCD unit hasdetected a failure.lAt power...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE127NameSpecificationSeries 15i/150i LCD control printed circuit boardA20B–8100–0630Memory card interfaceJust a first unit can usethe interface.Display sideSoft keyPCB sidePower connectorCP1A (right–hand side)LCD display connectorCOP20B (for connecting the...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01128(1) LED display upon the occurrence of an alarm condition (STATUS andBUSDRY: red)J Onl BlinkNo.LED displayLCD status1STSATUSJThe display interface cable is broken.2BUSRDYJThe display interface cable is broken, or the LCD unit hasdetected a failure.lAt power...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE129NameSpecificationInverter10.4″, colorA20B–8001–09209.5″, monochromeA20B–8002–0130Inverter PCBCN3CP1For A20B–8002–0130 or A20B–8001–0920PCB sideConnector numberApplicationCP1Power to LCD backlightCN3Power to inverter PCBNo setting adjustme...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01130NameSpecificationData server board A1A20B–8100–0510The board is mounted in the wide mini slot.CNH4PARITTYBACD38JNAF–bus backplaneconnector (female)Setting pin TH1STATUSLED3 LED1LED2LED0TPPILCOLLEDRXLEDTXLEDConnector numberApplicationCNH4Hard disk in...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE131When the data server board is activated normally, the state of No. 10 isset. This state is maintained until an error occurs.LED display upon the occurrence of an error (STATUS)The STATUS LED alternately displays the LONG and SHORT patterns.The LONG patterns...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01132Only one setting pin (TH1) is provided. It is located as shown in the figureabove.TH1: Set this pin to A. This pin is factory–set to A.NameSpecificationData server board A2A20B–8100–0511ATA card interface boardA20B–2100–0500The board is mounted i...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE133NameSpecificationRemarksFast data serverA16B–3200–0462ATA Card AdapterA20B–2100–0500 ATA Card AdapterCNH5CD38TMCNH6LNOTEThe Fast data server consists of a Fast Ethernet board andATA card adapter.The ATA Card Adapter is mounted on the Fast data server...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01134The Fast data server for 15i–B incorporates the following LEDs: Fourgreen STATUS LEDs and three red ALARM LEDs for indicating thestatus. Four green LEDs and one red LED for indicating thecommunication status. The figure below shows the locations of theseLE...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE135If an error occurs, the LEDs repeatedly flash ”LONG” then ”SHORT.”(For ”LONG,” the LED lights for a long time. For ”SHORT,” the LEDlights for a short time.)STATUS LEDindicationNo.LONG1 2 3 4SHORT1 2 3 4Fast Ethernet/Fast data server state1f F...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01136On the board, the setting pins (TM3, TM4) are installed. Connect eachjumper plug to side A (factory–set state). Do not remove a jumper plug,and do not change the setting of a jumper plug. Otherwise, the board doesnot operate normally.NameSpecificationHSSB ...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE137Status displayed by the red LEDsjOffJ OnLEDBJHSSB communication is suspended.LEDAJA RAM parity alarm condition has occurred in the common RAMon the board.Status displayed by the green LEDsj OffJ On4 3 2 1StatusJ J J JThis indicates the status immediately ...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01138With the rotary switch SW1 on the board and the setting pin SW5 on theCNC display unit with PC functions, the starting sequence at power–upcan be changed.Rotary switch SW1settingSetting pinSW5 settingDescription0OpenSetting for maintenance purposesThe star...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE139NameSpecificationPMC C boardA20B–8100–0330The board is mounted in the mini slot.JNAF–BUSbackplaneLEDCLEDBLEDALED2LED1DRAM moduleRed LED alarm displayj OffJ OnC B AAlarmj j JCPU reset state (immediately after power–on)J J jA DRAM parity error occurred...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01140JNAF–BUSbackplane connectorÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕDRAM moduleModule nameSpecificationDRAM moduleA20B–3900–0042No setting adjustment is required.NameSpecificationSerial communication board A1(R.B./DNC2: RS–232C interface)A20B...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE141JNAF–BUSbackplane connectorLEDCLEDBLEDALED2LED1DRAM moduleJD5L/JD6LConnector numberSpecificationFor serial communication board A1: JD5LRS232C I/FFor serial communication board A2: JD6LRS422 I/FRed LED alarm displayj OffJ OnC B AAlarmj j JCPU reset state ...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01142ÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕJNAF–BUSbackplane connectorDRAM moduleJD5L/JD6LModule nameSpecificationDRAM moduleA20B–3900–0042No setting adjustment is required.D Module mountinglocationD Setting adjustments

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE143NameSpecificationDeviceNet slave board BA20B–8100–0491Settingpin TM1External lineconnector TBLLED indicatorsA 3 2 1LED indicatorsMNS (Left),HEALTH (right)PCB Dwg.No.PWBversionNo.LEDHEALTHLEDMNS2.3.11DeviceNet Board BD SpecificationD Mounting locations of...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01144This board has four statuOuts indicator LEDs (3 green, 1 red), and twoLEDs that light in both the red and green colors on the internal daughterboard. The table below describes the functions of these LEDs.NameColorMeaningLED1 to 3GreenThese LEDs indicate whet...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE145NamePCB DRW numberRemarksDeviceNet slave board CA20B–8100–0650TBLCustomLSIMPU2.3.12DeviceNet Slave Board CD SpecificationD Mounting locations ofconnectors, LEDs, and etc.

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01146This board has five status indicator LEDs (2 green (MS, NS), 3 red (ALM,MS, NS).The locations of the indicator LEDs and their definitions are explainedbelow.In the following descriptions, the states of the indicator LEDs arerepresented as follows:j : OffJ : ...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE147See FANUC DeviceNet Board Operator’s Manual (B–63404EN) fordetails.ALMNo.LED indicatorALM (RED)Board status1JThe board is reset, or an error has been detected on theboard.MS (This is a modular status LED of the DeviceNet. Refer to thespecification docum...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01148NameCodeEthernet BoardA20B–8100–0450JNAF–BUS backplaneconnectorLEDBLEDALED4LED3LED2LED1LED6LED5CD38L: Ethernet interfaceDStatus transition at power–up, displayed the green LEDs.No.4 3 2 1Ethernet board status1j j j jPower off2J J J JInitial state imm...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE149The STATUS LED alternately displays the LONG and SHORT patterns.The LONG patterns are displayed long, and the SHORT patterns aredisplayed short.LED display(STATUS)LONGSHORTEthernet board status4 3 2 14 3 2 1J j j j j j j J Failure in EthernetResetJ j j j j j...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01150NameSpecificationRemarksFast Ethernet boardA20B–8100–0670TM5TM4CD38R2.3.14Fast Ethernet Board forStand–Alone Type CNCD SpecificationD Mounting position ofconnector, LCDs, andetc.

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE151The Fast Ethernet board for the Stand–alone type CNC has the followingLEDs: Four green STATUS LEDs and one red ALARM LED forindicating the status. Two green LEDs and one red LED for indicating thecommunication status. The figure below shows the locations o...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01152If an error occurs, the LEDs repeatedly flash ”LONG” then ”SHORT.”(For ”LONG,” the LED lights for a long time. For ”SHORT,” the LEDlights for a short time.)STATUS LEDindicationNo.LONG1 2 3 4SHORT1 2 3 4Fast Ethernet/Fast data server state1J J...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE153On the board, the setting pins (TM3, TM4) are installed. Connect eachjumper plug to side A (factory–set state). Do not remove a jumper plug,and do not change the setting of a jumper plug. Otherwise, the board doesnot operate normally.NameCodePROFIBUS Board...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01154NameCodePROFIBUS Board (slave)A20B–8100–0440JNAF–BUS backplaneconnectorLEDBCN2: PROFIBUS interfaceLED3LED2LED1DStatus LED display (green)StateLED1Lit when this board is released from the reset state and startsoperating.This LED is not lit at power–up...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE155ModelNameDrawing numberRemarksFS15i/150iBasic unitA02B–0261–C002With 2 slotsA02B–0261–C004With 4 slotsModelNameDrawing numberRemarksFS15i/150iPower supply unitA16B–K2203–0370ModelNameDrawing num-berRemarksFS15i/150i10.4″, color LCD unit Type A(...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01156ModelNameDrawing numberRemarksFS15i/150iMDI unit with 56 keys (vertical type)A02B–0261–C151#MCREnglish keysMDI unit with 56 keys (horizontal type)A02B–0261–C152#MCREnglish keysMDI unit with 56 keys (vertical type)A02B–0261–C151#MCSSymbolickeysMDI...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE157ModelNameDrawingRemarksLCD typeSoft keyTouch panelnumber(Parentspecifications)FS150iBase unit A510.4”LCDBDA08B–0082–D031A13B–0193–B031A13B–0193–B035Base unit A6ADA08B–0082–D032A13B–0193–B032A13B–0193–B036Base unit A7BCA08B–0082–...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01158ModelNameDrawing numberRemarksFS150 iSeparatetype full–For 10.4” LCD display typeA02B–0236–C131#ECEnglishkeyboard(A13B–0198–B031to –B038)A02B–0236–C131#JCJapaneseFor 12.1” LCD display typeA02B–0236–C132#ECEnglish(A13B–0193–B040to ...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE159ModelNameDrawing numberRemarksFS150iMDI unit with 56 keys (verticaltype) for 10.4″A02B–0261–C153#MCREnglish keyMDI unit with 56 keys(horizontal type) for 10.4″A02B–0261–C154#MCREnglish keyMDI unit with 56 keys (verticaltype) for 10.4″A02B–026...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01160TypeNameDrawing numberIDID–2RemarksMaster PCBMain CPU boardA16B–3200–0400EEMounted in slot 1Additional axis boardA16B–2203–0340D8Mounted in slot 3Card PCBCPU cardA17B–3300–04020ABFAxis control cardA20B–3300–0240088 axes, One optical connect...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE161TypeNameDrawing numberIDRemarksOption PCBHSSBOn CNC sideA20B–8001–0730AAMounted in mini slotinterfaceboardFor 1 channel For ISA slotA20B–8001–0583On PC sideFor 2 channels For ISA slotA20B–8001–0582On PC sideFor 1 channel For PCI slotA20B–8001...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01162TypeRemarksIDDrawing numberNameFor LCD unitLCD control PCBA20B–8100–0415A20B–8100–0630For two LCDconnectionDisplay control10.4″ colorA20B–3300–0150Graphicscard9.5″ monochromeA20B–3300–0153GraphicsA20B–3300–0090Characters onlyInverter1...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE163TypeRemarks (Parentspecifications)Drawing numberNameCNCPC cardMMX–For 10.4” LCD typeA08B–0082–H500#6141A08B–0082–H010displayunit withPentium233MHzFor 12.1” LCD typeA08B–0082–H500#6142A08B–0082–H011PCfunctions15.0” LCD typeA08B–0082...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01164TypeNameDrawing numberRemarksPCB connected viaOperator’s panel I/OMatrix inputA20B–2002–0470I/O Linkmodule1–to–1 inputA20B–2002–0520With manual pulsegenerator interfaceA20B–2002–0521Without manualpulse generatorinterfaceConnector panel I/OB...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE165NameDrawing numberRemarksFan unitA02B–0260–C021Fan for basic unitFan unit for CNC display unit with PC functionsA08B–0082–K010Fan for basic unitFan unit for CNC display unit with PC functionsA13B–0178–K001Fan for 3.5” HDDLCD backlight (for 9.5...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01166NameDrawing numberFloppy diskDriveA02B–0207–C008 (*3)Cable (1.0 meter long)A02B–0207–K801Full keyboard101–key typeA86L–0001–0210106–key typeA86L–0001–0211MouseA86L–0001–0212*3: When using a FANUC floppy disk drive for CNC display unit...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE167WARNINGOnly those personnel who have received approved safetyand maintenance training may perform this replacementwork.Before opening the cabinet to replace a board, ensure thatboth the power to the CNC and the main power to the powermagnetics cabinet are tu...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01168(1) Disconnect all the cables from the board. If any cable fouls the boardas it is being pulled out, also disconnect that cable. (The battery cableof the main CPU board need not be disconnected.)(2) Grip the two pulls.(3) While holding down the hooks in th...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE169CAUTIONBefore starting the replacement work, ensure that the mainpower to the control unit is turned off.(1) Disconnect all the cables from the board. If any cable fouls the boardas it is being pulled out, also disconnect that cable.(2) Grip the two pulls.(...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01170(1) Remove the terminal block from the connector on the DeviceNetboard. The terminal block can be pulled out after the screws on bothsides are loosened. The terminal block can be removed with cablesconnected.Screw(2) Remove the main CPU board or additional...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE171(1) Before mounting the DeviceNet board, remove the main CPU board.CAUTIONThe DeviceNet board can be mounted after the main CPUboard or additional axis board is removed. If an attempt ismade to mount the DeviceNet board without removing themain CPU board or...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01172WARNINGOnly those personnel who have received approved safetyand maintenance training may perform this replacementwork.When opening the cabinet and replacing a card PCB, becareful not to touch the high–voltage circuits (marked andfitted with an insul...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE1731) Pull outward the claw of each of the four spacers used to secure the cardPCB, then release each latch. (See Fig. a.)2) Extract the card PCB upward. (See Fig. b.)Card PCBCard PCBCard PCBCard PCBFig. a SpacerSpacerConnectorConnectorFig. bCAUTIONWhen pulli...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/011741) Check that the claw of each of the four spacers is latched outward, theninsert the card PCB into the connector. (See Fig. c.)2) Push the claw of each spacer downward to secure the card PCB. (SeeFig. d.)Card PCBCard PCBCard PCBCard PCBFig. c SpacerSpacer...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE175WARNINGOnly those personnel who have received approved safetyand maintenance training may perform this replacementwork.When opening the cabinet and replacing a module, becareful not to touch the high–voltage circuits (marked andfitted with an insulat...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/011761) Open the claw of the socket outward. (See Fig. a.)2) Extract the module slantly upward. (See Fig. b.)1) Insert the module slantly into the module socket, with side B facingupward. (See Fig. b.)2) Push the module downward until it is locked. (See Fig. ...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE177WARNINGOnly those personnel who have received approved safetyand maintenance training may perform this replacementwork.Before opening the cabinet to replace the board, ensurethat both the power to the CNC and the main power to thepower magnetics cabinet are ...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01178(1) Press the back panel against the rack so that the positioning pins andhooks are align with the corresponding holes in the back panel.(2) While pressing the back panel, slide it up until it latches.(3) Reattach the fan connectors to the back panel.(4) Rei...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE179For the fuse of the power unit, F1, F3 and F4 are as follows.F1 . . . AC Input: A60L–0001–0396#8.0AF2 . . . +24E Output: A60L–0001–0046#7.5F4 . . . +24V Output: A60L–0001–0046#7.5F1 8.0AAC Input fuseF3 7.5A+24E fuseF4 7.5A+24V fuse(Parts mounting...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01180Part programs, offset data, and system parameters are stored in the CMOSmemory of the control unit. The power to the CMOS memory is backedup by the lithium battery installed on the front panel of the control unit.Therefore, data is not lost if the main powe...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE181Battery connectorLithium batteryBattery latchMemory cardconnectorMain boardBAT1WARNINGUsing other than the recommended battery may result in thebattery exploding. Replace the battery only with thespecified battery (A02B–0200–K102).CAUTIONSteps (3) to (5...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01182Instead of the lithium battery, two commercially available D–size alkalinedry cells may be used. It this case, a battery case is used to house the cells.Connection methodConnect the battery case (A02B–0236–C281) containing the two D–sizealkaline dry...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE183CAUTIONWhen replacing the alkaline dry cells while the power is off,use the same procedure as that for lithium batteryreplacement, described earlier.Connectionterminal on therearBattery caseMounting hole × 4Alkaline dry cell × 2Cover

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01184NameOrdering codeFan unitA02B–0260–C021Fan motor replacement does not require any tools.The fan unit is installed at the top of the basic unit.(a) Before replacing the fan unit, ensure that the power to the CNC isturned off.(b) Place your fingers into th...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE185WARNINGBefore attempting to replace the fuse, determine andremove the cause of the fuse blowing. Do not attemptreplacement unless you have received sufficient training inmaintenance and safety practices. When opening thecabinet to replace the fuse, be care...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01186WARNINGDo not attempt replacement unless you have receivedsufficient training in maintenance and safety practices.When opening the cabinet to remove the LCD backlight unit,be careful not touch any high–voltage circuits (indicated by and fitted with an ...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE187(2) Detach inverter cable connector CP1 and video signal cable connectorCN8, then dismount the LCD panel from the LCD unit.CP1CN8LCD panel(3)–1 10.4–inch LCD (color)As shown below, press the small knob to unlatch the backlight case.Then, pull out the bac...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01188(3)–2 9.5–inch LCD (monochrome)ConnectorRetaining fittingLCD panel (front view)Backlight(4) After replacement, reverse the above steps to reassemble the unit.Be careful not allow dirt or dust to enter the assembly.

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE189The LCD screen display appears dim at low ambient temperatures,particularly immediately after power–up. This is not a failure but acharacteristic of the LCD screen. As the ambient temperature rises, theLCD screen display brightens. A monochrome LCD is p...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01190Guide position<5> Attach the four sides while pushing out air between the touch paneland protection sheet.Do not pull the protection sheet to correct its position with the partof the sheet kept stuck to the touch panel.<6> Press the adhesive part...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE1912.15CNC DISPLAY UNITWITH PC FUNCTIONS

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01192PCI Extend SlotLCDSignalPC CARDDV/RVDV/RVRS232–2/USBJD46RS232–1JD33CENTROJD9FDD SIGNALCD34KEYBOARDCD32AMOUSECD32BDVClock GeneratorHSSB ControllerOptical ConnectorPower CircuitPCIbusPCI Extend SlotCNP1CNP2HSSBCOP7+24VCP5PCMCIA I/FCN5PCMCIA ControllerHDD U...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE193Inverter10.4” LCDUnitCN2 CN1CP1 CP2CP31CN102 CN101CN103CN104CN105Main PCB ofPanel iCN3In case of 10.4” LCD12.1” LCDUnit15.0” LCDUnit*1 : Detail of Inverter sectionInverterInverterIn case of 12.1...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01194(Inverter) *5(Unit FanPower)CN6CP5FUSE–1(7.5A)FUSE–2(10A)*5*5*5CN7(HDD FanTHERMALCN5 (PCMCIA)CN1 (LCD)CN2CN2BCN1B (LCD)THERMALPower)TM10JD33(RS232–1)JD46(RS232–2, USB)JD9(CENTRO)CNP1 (PCI)CNP2 (PCI)CN3CN3BCN4(PC Card)BAT1COP7(HSSB)CD32BCD32A(HDDPower...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE195NameMeaningSettingsSW5 TM7(A20B–2100–0780 to–0785)ReservedDefault on manufacture.Neverchange.TM7ŸŸŸŸŸŸSW5ŸŸŸŸ: Short for the PANEL i Open for the CNCdisplay unit with PCfunctionsTM10ReservedTest usage.Never remove.TM10: ShortGR4 (Green)COP7GR...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01196The time from disconnecting the cable of old battery to connecting thecable of new battery should be shorter than 5 minutes.BIOS settings are not erased when bellow procedures are done correctly. But if BIOS settingsare erased, following massage is displayed...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE197Investigate the cause that fuse is blown out at first, then remove it.Fuse is blown out when power lines are shorted in CNC display unit with PC functions. If thefuse is blown out, check bellow points.Any conductor is shorted to the main board.Failure of PCI...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01198(1) Method of Exchange FAN of the CNC display unit with PC functions1. Make sure that CNC display unit with PC functions is turned offthe power.2. Prepare a new Fan (A08B–0082–K010).3. Screw off at 2 points (A) then remove holding plate of the FAN.4. Pul...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE199(2) Method of Exchanging FAN for the HDD unit1. Make sure that CNC display unit with PC functions is turned offthe power.2. Prepare a new Fan (A13B–0178–K001). The connector islatched, and disconnect with raising upward the connector a little.3. Disconne...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01200Please exchange the backlight after taking off the basic unit from the cabinet or operation panelfor prevention of dropping LCD unit or plastic panels.(1) Make sure that CNC display unit with PC functions is turned off thepower.(2) If CNC display unit with P...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE201(3) Screw off at 4 points and take off the plastic panel.Plastic PanelPlastic PanelIn case of 12.1” LCDIn case of 10.4” LCD(4) Pull out cable(s) of the LCD backlight and LCD signal connecotrCN1.In case of 12.1” LCDIn case of 10.4” LCDCN1 LCD

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01202(5) Screwed off at 4 points and remove LCD.LCDIn case of 12.1” LCDIn case of 10.4” LCDLCD

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE203(6a) In case of 10.4”LCD type, Unlock like the below figure, pull out thecase with the backlight, and exchange.(Backlight specification: A02B–0236–K116)Pull up hersoftly and pullout the back-light (detail isbelow figure)Rear of LCDLocked hereCP1LockPul...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01204(6b) In case of 12.1”LCD type, screw off at 2 points. And slide and pullout the LCD Backlights as below figure, and exchange them.(Backlight specification: A02B–0236–K117)CN1ConnectorBack light (upper)The backside ofLCD PanelEJECTEJECTConnectorBack lig...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE205CNC display unit with PC functions has a Touch Panel Protection Sheeton the face of Touch Panel to protect the Touch Panel. When the screencannot be watched clearly because of some damages or stains, exchangethe Touch Panel Protection Sheet. Please prepare t...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01206(4) Put the tab on the upper right side of the new one, and stick it on theface of the LCD with care not to be entered the dust or etc. betweenthe LCD and the Touch Panel Protection Sheet as it enters into theframe.ŽŽŽŽŽŽŽŽŽŽŽŽŽŽŽŽŽŽŽŽŽ...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE207No.TroubleMeasure1Power supply is good, but nothing– Are LED all off? Go to 11displayed.– Is Option for Independently Use ordered?– Is RE1 (Red, Refer to C.3.3) on? Go to 2.– Is RE2 on?It is not in proper temperature.Are LED displaying(Refer to...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01208On an MDI unit usable with a 12.1″ LCD, a connector panel is providedto position the interface connectors on the front of the unit. The connectorpanel has a cover, which is opened and closed when the MDI unit is used.When opening and closing (particularly...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE209Be carefulnot to trapyour fingers.

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01210One or two expansion modules can be left unconnected, as shown below,by setting the rotary switch on the expansion module accordingly.Expansion modules 1 and 2are not connected.Basic moduleExpansion module 1Expansion module 2Expansion module 3Basic moduleExp...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE211Sample settings(Expansion modules 1 and 2 are not connected.)Set the rotary switch of expansion module 3to 2.Basic moduleExpansion module 1Expansion module 2Expansion module 3Basic moduleExpansion module 1Expansion module 2Expansion module 3Basic moduleExpan...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01212WARNINGDo not attempt replacement, unless you have receivedsufficient training in maintenance and safety practices.Before opening the cabinet to replace a board, ensure thatboth the CNC unit power and the power magnetics cabinetmain power are off. If the CN...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE213FuseExpansion module 3Expansion module 2Expansion module 1Basic module(A03B–0815–C001)Cable for I/O LinkCable for manual pulse generatorNOTEExpansion modules have no fuse. Only the basic moduleis provided with a fuse.D Fuse in the connectorpanel I/O module

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01214The example shown is applicable to the A20B–2002–0470,A20B–2002–0520, and A02B–2002–0521.JD1AJD1BJA3I/O connectorPower connectorFuseCM1CM51CM2CM52CM3CMB3 CM4CMB4 JD1A JD1B CP15A FUSE CP613.2A FUSEFuseThis drawing is for A16B–2200–0660, A16B...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE215FU1: +24 V fuse (for protecting the general purpose DO and power supply of this printed circuit board)FU2: +5 V fuse (for protecting the IC power supply and manual pulse generator)FU3: +5 E fuse (for protecting general–purpose DI)The example shown is ap...

  • Page 238

    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01216CD34CP5COP7CN1CN10 JD9JD33JD34FuseFor A20B–2100–0240For A20B–2100–0540CN8CP5COP7CN1CN10FuseJD33JD34JD9D Fuse location in the CNCdisplay unit with PCfunctions

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE217This drawing is for the basic unit (A20B–2100–0270). The additional unit (A20B–2002–0570) has no fuse.FuseCNF1FUSE 1CP11A/CP11BJF101JF102JF103JF104JA4ACOP10BCOP10AFuse (1A)For A02B–0236–C230 or –C240 (backpanel)CNK1CNK2D Fuse mounting location...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01218Fuse (1A)For A02B–0236–C231 or –C241 (backpanel)D Fuse mounting locationof the main panel B or B1of the machineoperator’s panel

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE219The control units and various peripheral units provided by FANUC aredesigned to be accommodated in closed cabinets. Usable cabinets are asfollows:D Cabinets manufactured by machine tool builders to accommodate acontrol unit and peripheral unitsD Cabinets fo...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01220Product nameHeat dissipationRemarkControl unitBasic unit (2 slots)64WBasic unit (4 slots)68WMain CPU board38WAdditional axis board10WHSSB board4WData server board A16WData server board A26.3WIncludes 0.3 W for the ATAcard (*1).Fast data server board6.3WInclu...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE221Product nameRemarkHeat dissipationI/O unit model BBIF04A11.6WAIF02C1.2WBID16A1, BID16B11.5 W + 0.23 W × (number of ON input points)BID16P1, BID16Q10.6 W + 0.23 W × (number of ON input points)BOA12A10.9 W + (0.09 + 1.1 × IL2) W × (number of ON output poin...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01222The CNC is becoming increasingly smaller as the surface mounttechnology and custom LSI technology advance.In many cases, as the CNC becomes more compact, the mountinglocations of its constituent units become closer to a noise source in thepower magnetics cab...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE223NOTE1 Separate binding is to separate the bound cables of onegroup at least 10 cm from the bound cables of anothergroup.2 Electromagnetic shielding is to shield the bound cables ofone group from the bound cables of another group with agrounded metal (iron) p...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01224The CNC machine tool has three grounding systems:D Grounding system for signalsThe grounding system for signals provides the reference potential (0V) for the electric signal system.D Protective grounding systemThe protective grounding system is intended to e...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE225(a) Control unitConnect the 0 V line of the electronic circuits in the control unit to thegrounding board of the cabinet through the signal ground (SG)terminal.Signal ground(SG)PrintedcircuitboardM4(screw holeonly)M3(with a screw)Ground cable (with a wire di...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01226With a power magnetics cabinet, components such as an AC/DC solenoidand AC/DC relay are used. When turned on and off, these componentsgenerate a high–energy pulse voltage due to coil inductance.Such a pulse voltage is induced into cables, for example, and...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE227According to the figure below, clamp all cables that require shielding andare run to the CNC, servo amplifier, spindle amplifier, and so forth. Thisclamping method not only secures cables, but also shields cables. Cableclamping and shielding are a key to s...

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    2. 15i SERIES HARDWAREB–63785EN/01228ÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇMounting plate of the machineControl unitGround plateClampShield coverFig. 2.20.5 (b) Cable clamp (2)Prepare a ground plate as shown below.Ground terminal (to be connected to ground)Clamp m...

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    B–63785EN/012. 15i SERIES HARDWARE22912mm20mm8mmGround plateFig. 2.20.5 (d) Ground plate hole diagramReference: Outline drawing of the clamp17mm28mm6mm55 mm maximumFig. 2.20.5 (e) Outline drawing of clampOrdering code of the clamp: A02B–0124–K001 (set of 8 clamps)

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    3. DATA INPUT/OUTPUTB–63785EN/012303 DATA INPUT/OUTPUTAfter replacing the SRAM module, data must be set again. Thischapter explains how to send and receive parameters, part programs,tool offset values, and other information to and from external I/Odevices such as floppy disk drives.3.1 SPECIFY...

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    B–63785EN/013. DATA INPUT/OUTPUT231Follow the procedure described below to specify the parameters relatedto communication:(1) On the setting parameter screen, enable parameter writing.(2) On the communication setting screen, specify the parameters relatedto communication.Follow the procedure de...

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    3. DATA INPUT/OUTPUTB–63785EN/01232On this screen, specify the parameters related to communication.Follow either of the procedures described below to display thecommunication setting screen:Method 1Press the OFFSETSETTING function key several times, until thecommunication setting screen appears...

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    B–63785EN/013. DATA INPUT/OUTPUT233Specify the general items for the communication protocol. The tablebelow lists the items, along with corresponding parameters.Item nameParameterOption (parameter setting)TV CHECKTVC (No.0000#0)ON (1)/OFF (0)TV (COMMENT)CTV (No.0000#1)ON (0)/OFF (1)IN/OUT CODE...

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    3. DATA INPUT/OUTPUTB–63785EN/012341) Enter MDI mode.2) Use the cursor keys, , , , and , to position thecursor on the desired item.3) Use the [SELECT +] and [SELECT –] soft keys to select the desiredsetting.NOTE1 For channels for which device numbers (parameters Nos.5001 to 5003 and 5013) are...

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    B–63785EN/013. DATA INPUT/OUTPUT235The CNC stores data including the following items.These data items must be output to an external input/output device whilethe CNC is operating normally.(1) Part program (machining program, custom macro program, etc.)(2) System parameter(3) Workpiece origin off...

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    3. DATA INPUT/OUTPUTB–63785EN/01236Method 1 (neither the output file name nor number need be specified)(1) Click the [PUNCH] soft key.(2) Click the [THIS] soft key.Method 2 (the output file name is specified)(1) Click the [PUNCH] soft key.(2) Click the [”FILE NAME] soft key.(3) Key in the fil...

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    B–63785EN/013. DATA INPUT/OUTPUT237(5) Click the [(PROG#)] soft key.(6) Key in the program number.(7) Click the [EXEC] soft key.Method 2(1) Click the [PUNCH] soft key.(2) Click the [”FILE NAME] soft key.(3) Key in the file name.(4) Click the [FILE NAME”] soft key.(5) Click the O address key...

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    3. DATA INPUT/OUTPUTB–63785EN/01238Method 2(1) Click the [PUNCH] soft key.(2) Click the O address key.(3) Key in the number of the first program to be output.(4) Click the , address key.(5) Click the O address key.(6) Key in the number of the last program to be output.(7) Click the [EXEC] soft ...

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    B–63785EN/013. DATA INPUT/OUTPUT239Method 1(1) Click the [PUNCH] soft key.(2) Click the [FILE#] soft key.(3) Key in the file number(4) Click the [(PROG#)] soft key.(5) Key in the number of the first program to be output.(6) Click the [,(PROG#)] soft key.(7) Key in the number of the last program...

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    3. DATA INPUT/OUTPUTB–63785EN/01240Method 3 (the file number is specified, one of two methods)(1) Click the [PUNCH] soft key.(2) Click the [FILE#)] soft key.(3) Key in the file number.(4) Click the [ALL] soft key.Method 4 (the file number is specified, one of two methods)(1) Click the [PUNCH] s...

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    B–63785EN/013. DATA INPUT/OUTPUT241(1) Enter MDI mode.(2) Follow either of the procedures described below to display theparameter screen:Method 1Press the SYSTEM function key several times, until the parameterscreen appears.Method 2(1) Press the SYSTEM function key.(2) Click the [PARAMETER] sof...

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    3. DATA INPUT/OUTPUTB–63785EN/01242NOTEWhen method 1 (in which neither the output file name nornumber need be specified), described in “Output of systemparameters,” is used to output system parameters to aFANUC Handy File and Memory card, the file name will beCNC–PARA.TXT.(1) Enter MDI mo...

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    B–63785EN/013. DATA INPUT/OUTPUT243Method 5 (the file number is specified, one of three methods)(1) Click the N address key.(2) Key in the file number.(3) Click the [PUNCH] soft key.NOTEWhen method 1 (in which neither the output file name nornumber need be specified), described in “Output ofw...

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    3. DATA INPUT/OUTPUTB–63785EN/01244Method 4 (the file number is specified, one of three methods)(1) Click the [PUNCH] soft key.(2) Click the N address key.(3) Key in the file number.(4) Click the [PITCH ERROR] soft key.Method 5 (the file number is specified, one of three methods)(1) Click the N...

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    B–63785EN/013. DATA INPUT/OUTPUT245Method 3 (the file number is specified, one of three methods)(1) Click the [PUNCH] soft key.(2) Click the [(FILE#)] soft key.(3) Key in the file number.(4) Click the [TOOL OFFSET] soft key.Method 4 (the file number is specified, one of three methods)(1) Click ...

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    3. DATA INPUT/OUTPUTB–63785EN/01246Method 2 (the output file name is specified)(1) Click the [PUNCH] soft key.(2) Click the [”FILE NAME] soft key.(3) Key in the file name.(4) Click the [FILE NAME”] soft key.(5) Click the [COMMONNONVOL] soft key.Method 3 (the file number is specified, one of...

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    B–63785EN/013. DATA INPUT/OUTPUT247Method 1 (neither the output file name nor number need be specified)(1) Click the [PUNCH] soft key.(2) Click the [VOLUMETRIC] soft key.Method 2 (the output file name is specified)(1) Click the [PUNCH] soft key.(2) Click the [”FILE NAME] soft key.(3) Key in t...

  • Page 270

    3. DATA INPUT/OUTPUTB–63785EN/01248(1) Enter MDI mode.(2) Follow either of the procedures described below to display the “tooloffset by tool number” screen:Method 1Press the OFFSETSETTING function key several times, until the “tool offset bytool number” screen appears.Method 2(1) Press ...

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    B–63785EN/013. DATA INPUT/OUTPUT249NOTEWhen method 1 (in which neither the output file name nornumber need be specified), described in “Output of tooloffset data by tool number,” is used to output tool offset datato a FANUC Handy File and Memory card, the file name willbe TOOL–DAT.TXT.(1)...

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    3. DATA INPUT/OUTPUTB–63785EN/01250Method 5 (the file number is specified, one of three methods)(1) Click the N address key.(2) Key in the file number.(3) Click the [PUNCH] soft key.NOTEWhen method 1 (in which neither the output file name nornumber need be specified), described in “Output of ...

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    B–63785EN/013. DATA INPUT/OUTPUT251Method 4 (the file number is specified, one of three methods)(1) Click the [PUNCH] soft key.(2) Click the N address key.(3) Key in the file number.(4) Click the [DOFS] soft key.Method 5 (the file number is specified, one of three methods)(1) Click the N addres...

  • Page 274

    3. DATA INPUT/OUTPUTB–63785EN/01252Method 3 (the file number is specified, one of three methods)(1) Click the [PUNCH] soft key.(2) Click the [(FILE#)] soft key.(3) Key in the file number.(4) Click the [PERIODMAINTE] soft key.Method 4 (the file number is specified, one of three methods)(1) Click...

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    B–63785EN/013. DATA INPUT/OUTPUT253Method 1 (neither the output file name nor number need be specified)(1) Click the [PUNCH] soft key.(2) Click the [PERIODMAINTE] soft key.Method 2 (the output file name is specified)(1) Click the [PUNCH] soft key.(2) Click the [”FILE NAME] soft key.(3) Key in...

  • Page 276

    3. DATA INPUT/OUTPUTB–63785EN/01254(1) Enter EDIT mode.(2) Follow either of the procedures described below to display themaintenance information screen:Method 1(1) Press the SYSTEM function key several times, until themaintenance information screen appears.(2) If the screen is in Japanese displ...

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    B–63785EN/013. DATA INPUT/OUTPUT255NOTEWhen method 1 (in which neither the output file name nornumber need be specified), described in “Output ofmaintenance information,” is used to output maintenanceinformation to a FANUC Handy File and Memory card, thefile name will be MAINTINF.TXT.(1) En...

  • Page 278

    3. DATA INPUT/OUTPUTB–63785EN/01256Method 5 (the file number is specified, one of three methods)(1) Click the N address key.(2) Key in the file number.(3) Click the [PUNCH] soft key.NOTEWhen method 1 (in which neither the output file name nornumber need be specified), described in “Output of ...

  • Page 279

    B–63785EN/013. DATA INPUT/OUTPUT257NOTEWhen method 1 (in which neither the output file name nornumber need be specified), described in “Output of systemlog data,” is used to output system log data to a FANUCHandy File and Memory card, the file name will be asfollows:SYSTEM LOG (NEW): SYSLOG...

  • Page 280

    3. DATA INPUT/OUTPUTB–63785EN/01258Method 4 (the input file is specified with its file number, one of twomethods)(1) Click the [READ] soft key.(2) Click the N address key.(3) Key in the file number.(4) Click the [1_PROGRAM] soft key.(5) Click the [NEW] soft key.Method 1(1) Click the [READ] soft...

  • Page 281

    B–63785EN/013. DATA INPUT/OUTPUT259Method 1(1) Click the [READ] soft key.(2) Click the [(FILE#)] soft key.(3) Key in the file number.(4) Click the [(PROG#)] soft key.(5) Key in the program number.(6) Click the [EXEC] soft key.Method 2(1) Click the [READ] soft key.(2) Click the N address key.(3)...

  • Page 282

    3. DATA INPUT/OUTPUTB–63785EN/01260Method 1 (neither the input file name nor number need be specified)(1) Click the [READ] soft key.(2) Click the [1_PROGRAM] soft key.(3) Click the [ADD] soft key.Method 2 (the input file is specified with its file name)(1) Click the [READ] soft key.(2) Click th...

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    B–63785EN/013. DATA INPUT/OUTPUT261Method 1 (neither the input file name nor number need be specified)(1) Click the [READ] soft key.(2) Click the [PARAMETER] soft key.Method 2 (the input file is specified with its file name)(1) Click the [READ] soft key.(2) Click the [”FILE NAME] soft key.(3)...

  • Page 284

    3. DATA INPUT/OUTPUTB–63785EN/01262Method 1 (neither the input file name nor number need be specified)(1) Click the [READ] soft key.(2) Click the [WORK OFFSET] soft key.Method 2 (the input file is specified with its file name)(1) Click the [READ] soft key.(2) Click the [”FILE NAME] soft key.(...

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    B–63785EN/013. DATA INPUT/OUTPUT263Method 1 (neither the input file name nor number need be specified)(1) Click the [READ] soft key.(2) Click the [PITCH ERROR] soft key.Method 2 (the input file is specified with its file name)(1) Click the [READ] soft key.(2) Click the [”FILE NAME] soft key.(...

  • Page 286

    3. DATA INPUT/OUTPUTB–63785EN/01264Method 1 (neither the input file name nor number need be specified)(1) Click the [READ] soft key.(2) Click the [TOOL] soft key.Method 2 (the input file is specified with its file name)(1) Click the [READ] soft key.(2) Click the [”FILE NAME] soft key.(3) Key ...

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    B–63785EN/013. DATA INPUT/OUTPUT265Method 1 (neither the input file name nor number need be specified)(1) Click the [READ] soft key.(2) Click the [COMMONNONVOL] soft key.Method 2 (the input file is specified with its file name)(1) Click the [READ] soft key.(2) Click the [”FILE NAME] soft key....

  • Page 288

    3. DATA INPUT/OUTPUTB–63785EN/01266Method 1 (neither the input file name nor number need be specified)(1) Click the [READ] soft key.(2) Click the [VOLUMETRIC] soft key.Method 2 (the input file is specified with its file name)(1) Click the [READ] soft key.(2) Click the [”FILE NAME] soft key.(3...

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    B–63785EN/013. DATA INPUT/OUTPUT267Method 1 (neither the input file name nor number need be specified)(1) Click the [READ] soft key.(2) Click the [T CODEOFFSET] soft key.Method 2 (the input file is specified with its file name)(1) Click the [READ] soft key.(2) Click the [”FILE NAME] soft key....

  • Page 290

    3. DATA INPUT/OUTPUTB–63785EN/01268Method 1 (neither the input file name nor number need be specified)(1) Click the [READ] soft key.(2) Click the [FOFS] soft key.Method 2 (the input file is specified with its file name)(1) Click the [READ] soft key.(2) Click the [”FILE NAME] soft key.(3) Key ...

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    B–63785EN/013. DATA INPUT/OUTPUT269Method 1 (neither the input file name nor number need be specified)(1) Click the [READ] soft key.(2) Click the [DOFS] soft key.Method 2 (the input file is specified with its file name)(1) Click the [READ] soft key.(2) Click the [”FILE NAME] soft key.(3) Key ...

  • Page 292

    3. DATA INPUT/OUTPUTB–63785EN/01270Method 1 (neither the input file name nor number need be specified)(1) Click the [READ] soft key.(2) Click the [PERIODMAINTE] soft key.Method 2 (the input file is specified with its file name)(1) Click the [READ] soft key.(2) Click the [”FILE NAME] soft key....

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    B–63785EN/013. DATA INPUT/OUTPUT271Method 2(1) Press the SYSTEM function key.(2) Click the [PERIODMAINTE] soft key.(3) Click the [SET ITEM] soft key.(4) Click the [SELECTITEM] soft key.Method 1 (neither the input file name nor number need be specified)(1) Click the [READ] soft key.(2) Click the...

  • Page 294

    3. DATA INPUT/OUTPUTB–63785EN/01272(1) Enter EDIT mode.(2) Follow either of the procedures described below to display themaintenance information screen:Method 1(1) Press the SYSTEM function key several times, until themaintenance information screen appears.(2) If the screen is in Japanese–lan...

  • Page 295

    B–63785EN/013. DATA INPUT/OUTPUT273The floppy directory screen provides the functions for using the FANUCFloppy Cassette, FANUC FA Card, FANUC Handy File, and FANUCPROGRAM FILE Mate connected to the serial interface (RS–232C orRS–422) and a variety of utilities.1 Output data such as part pr...

  • Page 296

    3. DATA INPUT/OUTPUTB–63785EN/01274Page information for the file list is displayed.If the list cannot be displayed on a single page, “Prev Page” and “NextPage” are displayed in PAGE SELECT to indicate that there are multiplepages.The names of the files to be loaded during DNC operation ...

  • Page 297

    B–63785EN/013. DATA INPUT/OUTPUT2751) Click the [NAME INPUT] soft key.File Name> is displayed in the key–in buffer.2) Click the [”FILE NAME] soft key.” is added to the key–in buffer.3) Enter the file name with the MDI keys.4) Click the [FILE NAME”] soft key.” is added after the f...

  • Page 298

    3. DATA INPUT/OUTPUTB–63785EN/012761) Set input/output data.See “Setting input/output data,” described earlier.2) On the file list, position the cursor to the desired input file.See “Displaying a file list,” described earlier.3) Perform the necessary operation, according to the table be...

  • Page 299

    B–63785EN/013. DATA INPUT/OUTPUT2771) Set input/output data.See “Setting input/output data,” described earlier.2) Set the output file name.See “Setting the output file name,” described earlier.3) Perform the necessary operation, according to the table below:Output dataOutput operationPR...

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    3. DATA INPUT/OUTPUTB–63785EN/01278The memory card screen provides the functions for using a memory cardas an external memory unit and a variety of utilities.1 Output data such as part programs and parameters to a memory card2 Input data such as part programs and parameters from a memory card3 ...

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    B–63785EN/013. DATA INPUT/OUTPUT279The status of the memory card slot is displayed.Messages are displayed as required.The types of data to be input and output are displayed.The names of the files to be output at data output time are displayed.1 Click the [DIR. VIEW] soft key.A list of files con...

  • Page 302

    3. DATA INPUT/OUTPUTB–63785EN/012801) Click the [NAME INPUT] soft key.File Name> is displayed in the key–in buffer.2) Click the [”FILE NAME] soft key.” is added to the key–in buffer.3) Enter the file name with the MDI keys.4) Click the [FILE NAME”] soft key.” is added after the f...

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    B–63785EN/013. DATA INPUT/OUTPUT2811) Set input/output data.See “Setting input/output data,” described earlier.2) On the file list, position the cursor to the desired input file.See “Displaying a file list,” described earlier.3) Perform the necessary operation, according to the table be...

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    3. DATA INPUT/OUTPUTB–63785EN/012821) Set input/output data.See “Setting input/output data,” described earlier.2) Set the output file name.See “Setting the output file name,” described earlier.3) Perform the necessary operation, according to the table below:Output dataOutput operationPR...

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    B–63785EN/013. DATA INPUT/OUTPUT283CAUTIOND This control unit can use a memory card as its input/outputunit. Any of the following can be used in the control unit:SRAM memory cardFlash memory cardFlash memory ATA cardFor details of these memory cards, refer to your orderinginformation list.D A ...

  • Page 306

    4. INTERFACE BETWEEN THE NC AND PMCB–63785EN/012844 INTERFACE BETWEEN THE NC AND PMCThis chapter describes how to connect signals among the machineoperator’s panel, power magnetics cabinet, and PMC as well as thosebetween the PMC and CNC. It also describes how to check whether thesesignals a...

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    B–63785EN/014. INTERFACE BETWEEN THE NC AND PMC285ST1ST2+–RV0V0V0VDI/DO+24EPMCDGN *XYPMCDGN *ST1DOORX0.1X0.0ST2X5.7STLF0.5STG007.2STLY0.1FPMC-NB6PMCDGNGNCHigh–speed processing signals*EMG, SKIP, AE1, AE2G0000 to0511F0000 to0511X0000 to0127Y0000 to0127PMCDGN [0] [1]Input 0V24VContact Open...

  • Page 308

    4. INTERFACE BETWEEN THE NC AND PMCB–63785EN/01286FANUC Series 15iModelPMC–NB6Program schemeLadderStep sequence (optional)Number of ladder levels3First–level execution cycle8msBasic–instruction execution time0.085 µs/stepProgram capacityD Ladder (steps) (Note 1)D Symbols/commentsD Messag...

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    B–63785EN/014. INTERFACE BETWEEN THE NC AND PMC287ModelSymbolSignal typeFANUC Series 15iPMC–NB6XSignal input to PMC from machine(MT→PMC)X0 to X127YSignal output from PMC to machine(PMC→MT)Y0 to Y127FSignal input to PMC from NC(NC→PMC)F0 to F511GSignal output from PMC to NC(PMC→NC)G0 t...

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    4. INTERFACE BETWEEN THE NC AND PMCB–63785EN/01288(1) Operation register for machine instructions ADDB, SUBB, MULB,DIVB, and COMPB#7R9000#6#5V#4#3#2#1N#0ZOperationresult registerOverflowMinus signZero(2) Error output for machine instructions EXIN, WINDR, and WINDW#7R9000#6#5#4#3#2#1#0Incorrecte...

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    B–63785EN/014. INTERFACE BETWEEN THE NC AND PMC289END1END2END3(1)(2)–n(2)–1(2)–28msec(1)(1)(1)(1)(2)–1(2)–2(2)–n(2)–1Sequence programFrom NCFirst level(high–speedsequence)Second level(ordinary sequence)SynchronizationbufferTop of the second level°From MTThird level(display sequ...

  • Page 312

    4. INTERFACE BETWEEN THE NC AND PMCB–63785EN/01290In the NC system, clicking the [PMC] soft key in the [System] menu letsyou set or view PMC–related data. The following screens can be used toset and view the PMC–related data.(1) PMC input/output signal and internal relay displays (PMCDGN)(...

  • Page 313

    B–63785EN/014. INTERFACE BETWEEN THE NC AND PMC291Pressing the <SYSTEM> function key on the LCD/MDI, then clickingthe [PMC] soft key displays the following PMC basic menu.Title lineStatus lineKey–in bufferSoft key(1) Title lineThe title line displays the title of each PMC system screen....

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    4. INTERFACE BETWEEN THE NC AND PMCB–63785EN/01292(4) Soft keysThere are two types of soft keys; two end and ten middle keys. Theleft–end key has the following meaning: return key: Clicking this key brings you back to the previousmenu.If the built–in debug function is disabled (K900.1 = ...

  • Page 315

    B–63785EN/014. INTERFACE BETWEEN THE NC AND PMC293PMC I/ORUNSTOP<<PMCDGNPMCPRMSETINGGENERALEDIT/DEBUG<<COUNTRKEEPRLTITLESTATUSALARMTIMERDATA<NC system screenPMC basic menuscreensTitle screenStatus screenAlarm screenTimer screenCounter screenKeep relay screenData table screenSetti...

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    4. INTERFACE BETWEEN THE NC AND PMCB–63785EN/01294The title data corresponds to the title of each sequence program. Itconsists of the following ten items:D Machine tool builder name (32 characters)D Machine tool name (32 characters)D NC and PMC type (32 characters)D Sequence program number (4 ...

  • Page 317

    B–63785EN/014. INTERFACE BETWEEN THE NC AND PMC295This screen displays the contents at all addresses (X, Y, F, G, R, A, C, T,K, D, M, and N) used in the program. The contents at each address area bit pattern (0 and 1) accompanied by the hexadecimal representation ofa byte at the right end.Oper...

  • Page 318

    4. INTERFACE BETWEEN THE NC AND PMCB–63785EN/01296If an alarm condition occurs in the PMC, clicking the [PMC] soft key inthe NC system displays the following alarm message instead of the PMCbasic menu. The soft keys displayed on this screen are the same as thoseon the PMC basic menu screen. T...

  • Page 319

    B–63785EN/014. INTERFACE BETWEEN THE NC AND PMC297This function lets you enter and view parameters for the timer, counter,keep relay, and data table, which are all battery–powered memory.To use this function, click the [PMCPRM] soft key in the PMC basicmenu.Usually, it is impossible to enter ...

  • Page 320

    4. INTERFACE BETWEEN THE NC AND PMCB–63785EN/01298In the timer, counter, keep relay, and data table screens, it is possible toenter data continuously. The cursor will rest at the last data entered.D Entry method(a) Use “;” (EOB) as a data delimiter.(Example)“100; 200; 300;”+“INPUT”...

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    B–63785EN/014. INTERFACE BETWEEN THE NC AND PMC299The counter screen is used to set and view the maximum and current valuein a functional instruction counter (SUB5).Table contentsS NO.:Timer number specified for the functional instructiontimerS ADDRESS: Address referenced by the sequence progra...

  • Page 322

    4. INTERFACE BETWEEN THE NC AND PMCB–63785EN/01300The keep relay screen is used to set and view the keep relay.Table contentsS ADDRESS:Address referenced by the sequence programS DATA (0 to 7): Data (in bit representation)S HEX:Data (in hexadecimal representation)Because the keep relay is batte...

  • Page 323

    B–63785EN/014. INTERFACE BETWEEN THE NC AND PMC301#7DTBLDSPK900#6#5#4MEMINP#3#2AUTORUN#1PRGRAM#0LADMASK#7 DTBLDSP 0 : Displays the PMC parameter data table control screen.1 : Does not display the PMC parameter data table control screen.#4 MEMINP 0 : Disables data entry on the signal status scre...

  • Page 324

    4. INTERFACE BETWEEN THE NC AND PMCB–63785EN/01302The data table screen is further divided into two sections, data tablecontrol data and data table.(1) Data table control data screen (C.DATA)Clicking the [DATA] soft key displays the data table control datasetting screen (for managing the data t...

  • Page 325

    B–63785EN/014. INTERFACE BETWEEN THE NC AND PMC303#0#7#6#5#4#3#2#1Note) The meanings of the table parameter is as follows:0: Binary format1: BCD format0: No entry protection1: Entry protection0: Binary or BCD format (with bit 0 effective)1: Hexadecimal format (with bit 0 ineffective)(2) ...

  • Page 326

    4. INTERFACE BETWEEN THE NC AND PMCB–63785EN/01304[SEARCH]: After an address is entered, clicking this soft key moves thecursor to the specified address in the currently selectedgroup. The first letter D can be omitted when entering anaddress. For example, after 101 is entered, clicking this ...

  • Page 327

    B–63785EN/014. INTERFACE BETWEEN THE NC AND PMC305Clicking the [GENERAL] soft key displays the following screen.S PROGRAMMER ENABLEYES: Enables the built–in debug function.NO: Disables the built–in debug function.S AUTOMATIC LADDER STARTAUTO:Causes the sequence program to be executedautomat...

  • Page 328

    4. INTERFACE BETWEEN THE NC AND PMCB–63785EN/01306S WRITE TO FROM (EDIT)YES: Triggers automatic writing to FROM after ladder editing.NO: Does not trigger automatic writing to FROM after ladderediting.Selecting YES for PROGRAMMER ENABLE on the GENERAL screendisplays the [ONLINE] soft key on the ...

  • Page 329

    B–63785EN/014. INTERFACE BETWEEN THE NC AND PMC307Menu descriptionS CPU IDThe CPU ID is displayed in this field. It can also be entered usingthis field. Usually, however, it is unnecessary to specify anythingin this field.S RS–232C (prompt)USE:Enables the RS–232C port to be connected to F...

  • Page 330

    4. INTERFACE BETWEEN THE NC AND PMCB–63785EN/01308S MAX PACKET SIZEA value for the maximum packet length (communicationparameter) is displayed in this field. It can also be entered usingthis field. Usually, however, it is unnecessary to specify anythingin this field.S RS–232C (status displa...

  • Page 331

    B–63785EN/014. INTERFACE BETWEEN THE NC AND PMC309If a failure occurs, or the machine halts while waiting for an externalsignal such that it appears as if a failure has occurred, it is necessary tocheck the internal status of the CNC using the CNC self–diagnosisfunction, or to find the cause ...

  • Page 332

    4. INTERFACE BETWEEN THE NC AND PMCB–63785EN/01310A signal extending over more than one bit is displayed using a singledecimal number (one–bit signals are displayed using binary numbers (0and 1), however). In addition, axis type signals are grouped by axis, andspindle type signals are groupe...

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    B–63785EN/014. INTERFACE BETWEEN THE NC AND PMC311This is an integer type signal extending over more than one bit. Itsfirst–axis address and bit number are displayed as the signal address.This is a one–bit spindle type signal. Its first–axis start address and bitnumber are displayed as ...

  • Page 334

    4. INTERFACE BETWEEN THE NC AND PMCB–63785EN/01312To switch the display from DI signals to DO signals or vice versa, presssoft key [DI/DO CHANGE].To switch the display format between bit display and signal–by–signaldisplay, press soft key [DISPLY SELECT].A display page can be selected using...

  • Page 335

    B–63785EN/015. DIGITAL SERVO3135 DIGITAL SERVOThis chapter describes the displays on the servo adjustment screens,which are necessary to maintain digital servos. It also explains how tomake reference position return adjustments.5.1 SERVO PARAMETER INITIALIZATION PROCEDURE314. . . . . . . . . ....

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    5. DIGITAL SERVOB–63785EN/01314This section explains how to initialize digital servo parameters just afterthe machine tool is installed.1. Make sure that the machine is at an emergency stop, then switch on thepower.2. Set up the parameter needed to display the servo setting screen. Whenthe par...

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    B–63785EN/015. DIGITAL SERVO315(2) Motor IDα series servo motorsMotor modelα 0.5α 1/3000α 2/2000α 2.5/3000α 3/3000Drawing number01130371037203740123Motor type number1361468415Motor modelα 6/2000α 6/3000α 12/2000α 12/3000α 22/1500Drawing number01270128014201430146Motor type number1617...

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    5. DIGITAL SERVOB–63785EN/01316αM series servo motorsMotor modelα M2/3000α M2.5/3000α M3/3000α M6/3000α M9/3000Drawing number03760377016101620163Motor type number9798242526Motor modelα M22/3000α M30/3000α M50/3000Drawing number016501680169Motor type number100101108Motor modelα M6HVα ...

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    B–63785EN/015. DIGITAL SERVO317(ii) To set command multiplication ratio = 1/2 to 1/27:(The optional command multiplication function is needed.)Set parameter ACM (bit 7 of parameter No. 1816) to 1, then setparameter No. 1820 to the following value:Setting = 1/(command multiplication ratio)Valid ...

  • Page 340

    5. DIGITAL SERVOB–63785EN/01318(8) Number of speed and position pulses(i) Number of pulses for serial pulse coder A or serial α pulse coderIncrement system : 1/1000mmIncrement system : 1/10000mmParamter No.Full–closedloopSemi–closed loopFull–closedloopSemi–closed loopHigh–resolution ...

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    B–63785EN/015. DIGITAL SERVO319Connecting the CNC control unit to servo amplifiers via a high–speedserial servo bus (FANUC Serial Servo Bus, or FSSB), which uses onlyone fiber optics cable, can significantly reduce the amount of cabling inmachine tool electrical sections. In a system employin...

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    5. DIGITAL SERVOB–63785EN/01320M1/M2: Pulse module 1/2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8Slavenumber1X2Y3Z4A5B6CCon-trolledaxisnumberProgramaxis nameCNCTwo–axisamplifierOne–axisamplifierM1Two–axisamplifierOne–axisamplifierM2Fig. 5.2 (a)Default setting is used if the power is turned on to the system when b...

  • Page 343

    B–63785EN/015. DIGITAL SERVO321D No pulse module can be used. Therefore, a separate position detectorcannot be used.D The setting for parameter No. 1023 must be performed in ascendingnumerical order in that parameter. For example, if 2 is not assignedto any axis, 3 cannot be assigned.D The fo...

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    5. DIGITAL SERVOB–63785EN/01322When parameter FMD (bit 0 of parameter No. 1090) is set to 1 or uponthe completion of automatic setting (parameter ASE (bit 1 of parameterNo. 1090) is set to 1), FSSB setting parameters (No. 1023, 1027, 1028,1080 to 1089, and 1092 to 1097) can be set directly by M...

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    B–63785EN/015. DIGITAL SERVO323The FSSB setting screen displays FSSB–based amplifier and axisinformation. This information can also be specified by the operator.1 Press function key SYSTEM.2 To display [FSSB], press soft key [CHAPTER] several times.3 Pressing soft key [FSSB] causes the AMP S...

  • Page 346

    5. DIGITAL SERVOB–63785EN/01324D The following items are displayed as amplifier information:·SERIES (servo amplifier series name)·UNIT (servo amplifier unit type)·CURRENT (maximum rating)D AXIS NO.The axis number of each controlled axis specified in parameters (No.1080 to 1089) is displayed....

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    B–63785EN/015. DIGITAL SERVO325The axis setting screen displays axis information.Fig. 5.2 (e)The axis setting screen displays the following items:D AXIS NO.This item is the placing of the NC controlled axis.D NAMEThis item is the name of the corresponding controlled axis.D AMPThis items is the ...

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    5. DIGITAL SERVOB–63785EN/01326D EGBThis item is the value specified in parameter No. 1096. Consecutiveodd and even numbers are displayed for the slave and dummy axeswhen using the EGB function.The amplifier maintenance screen displays maintenance information forservo amplifiers.Fig. 5.2 (f)Th...

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    B–63785EN/015. DIGITAL SERVO327On the FSSB setting screen, pressing rightmost soft key [+] displays thefollowing soft keys:Fig. 5.2 (g)To enter data, place the machine in MDI mode or the emergency stop state,position the cursor to the point where a desired item is to be input, thenenter the des...

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    5. DIGITAL SERVOB–63785EN/01328On the amplifier setting screen, each slave number is preceded by thenumber identifying an FSSB line (1 or 2) and a hyphen (–). The slavenumbers of the slave units connected to the first FSSB line are displayedstarting with that of the slave unit nearest the CN...

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    B–63785EN/015. DIGITAL SERVO329On the amplifier setting screen, the following item can be specified:D AXIS NO. (controlled axis number)For this item, enter a value between 0 and the maximum number ofcontrolled axes. If a number that falls outside this range is entered, thewarning message “DA...

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    5. DIGITAL SERVOB–63785EN/01330When soft key [AUTO SET] is pressed on the axis setting screen after dataentry, the warning message “DATA IS INCORRECT” is displayed if anyof the following conditions is satisfied.D Both M1 and M2 are nonzero for an axis.D Any two of 1DSP, SPOS, Cs AXIS, TANDE...

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    B–63785EN/015. DIGITAL SERVO331#700015#6#5#4#3#2#1#0SVS[Data type] BitParameter entrySVS: Specifies whether to display the servo screens.0: To display1: Not to displayThe servo screens are used to set servo parameters or monitor the statusof operation. On these screens, it is possible to sp...

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    5. DIGITAL SERVOB–63785EN/01332This screen contains a collection of parameters necessary for servo motorinitialization. One page of the screen displays parameters for four axes.(1) The axis types are displayed, but cannot be specified. The followingparameter settings are displayed for each ax...

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    B–63785EN/015. DIGITAL SERVO333DisplayParameterAxis typeSpindle positioningSpindle positioning axisNo. 102700Cs contour control axisCs contour control axisNo. 102800(2) The following table lists the data that can be set on this screen and thecorresponding parameters.INIT. BIT: No. 1804MOTOR ID:...

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    5. DIGITAL SERVOB–63785EN/01334(1) The following table lists the data that can be set on this screen and thecorresponding parameters.LOOP GAIN: No. 1825INT. GAIN: No. 1855PROP. GAIN: No. 1856VEL. GAIN: No. 1875The displayed value is (parameter/256 + 1) × 100.Before reflected in the parameter, ...

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    B–63785EN/015. DIGITAL SERVO335This screen is a collection of parameters used to specify various servomotor functions. Two pages are used to display and set all parameters forone axis.Refer to the applicable FANUC AC servo operator’s manual for thefunction that can be specified using each pa...

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    5. DIGITAL SERVOB–63785EN/01336This screen is used to display the status of servo motor alarms.Refer to the applicable FANUC AC servo related manual for what isdisplayed on this screen.Servo alarm screen

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    B–63785EN/015. DIGITAL SERVO337This screen is used to display and set the parameters related to backlashcompensation. The number of parameters on this screen varies accordingto whether 2–step backlash acceleration is used.(1) If 2–step backlash acceleration is not usedBACKLASH VALUE: No. 1...

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    5. DIGITAL SERVOB–63785EN/01338(2) If 2–step backlash acceleration is usedBACKLASH VALUE: No. 1851BACKLASH ACC.: No. 1808#5FULL CLOSE: No. 1884#0CUT ONLY: No. 1953#60: Backlash acceleration is always available.1: Backlash acceleration is available only for cutting feed.2STEP BACKLASH: No. 1...

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    B–63785EN/015. DIGITAL SERVO339SpeedRapid traverse rate (PRM1420)FL feedrate(PRM1425)TimeRapid acceleration/deceleration time constant (PRM1620)*DECx PCZGridReferencecounter(Reference capacity)10000P +10000P{Error counterPositiongainVelocityloopM–GRIDPCCommand10mm/revAmount of grid shif...

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    5. DIGITAL SERVOB–63785EN/01340#7DOG1007#6#5#4#3#2#1#0PRM#1(DOG) 0 : The reference position return method used is an ordinary one (dog).1 : Reference position setting with no dog is used.1896Axial reference counter capacity [P]PRMThis parameter is set with the number of feedback pulses pe...

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    B–63785EN/015. DIGITAL SERVO3411896Axial reference counter capacity [P]PRMUsually, this parameter is set with the number of feedback pulsesper motor rotation.* If the linear scale has more than one reference mark, a value obtainedby dividing the distance between the reference marks b...

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    5. DIGITAL SERVOB–63785EN/01342Even if a movable part of the machine is not equipped with a referenceposition return dog or deceleration limit switch, this function enablesmaking a reference position return to a position set up by the machine toolbuilder.If the machine has an absolute position ...

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    B–63785EN/015. DIGITAL SERVO343#7DOG1007#6#5#4#3#2#1#0PRM#1(DOG) 0 : The reference position return method used is an ordinary one (with dogs). 1 : Reference position setting with no dog is used.#71006#6#5ZMI#4#3#2#1#0PRM#5(ZMI) 0 : The initial direction for a reference position return...

  • Page 366

    6. AC SPINDLESB–63785EN/013446 AC SPINDLESThis chapter briefly describes the serial interface/analog interface spindleamplifiers. It also explains the related parameters.6.1 SERIAL INTERFACE AC SPINDLE345. . . . . . . . . . . . 6.2 ANALOG INTERFACE AC SPINDLE358. . . . . . . . . .

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    B–63785EN/016. AC SPINDLES3456.1SERIAL INTERFACEAC SPINDLE

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    6. AC SPINDLESB–63785EN/01346CommunicationcontrolSpindle voltagecalculationActual spindlespeed monitoringM03, M04, M05, M19Feed per revolution, threadingFeedback pulse, one–turn signalFeedback pulse, one–turn signalSpindle motor command volt-age dataSpindle control signal (clutch/gear signa...

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    B–63785EN/016. AC SPINDLES347Conversion from the specified spindle speed (or S code), which is acommand for specifying the rotation speed of the spindle, to the spindlemotor command voltage signal, which is an actual command forspecifying the rotation speed of the motor, is performed totally in...

  • Page 370

    6. AC SPINDLESB–63785EN/01348A spindle screen is a collection of parameters needed to set up a spindle.It may also display monitored data. The analog spindle screen, however,does not display parameters or monitored data.(1) Serial spindle(2) Analog spindle6.1.2.2Spindle screens

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    B–63785EN/016. AC SPINDLES349SPINDLE: Indicates the type of a motor each spindle uses.Serial/analog spindle: Serial/analog spindle: Indicates a serial or analog spindle.Main motor/submotor: Indicates the motor type (main or sub) that has been se-lected, if the serial spindle is provided with ...

  • Page 372

    6. AC SPINDLESB–63785EN/01350α seriesα C seriesPROPORTION GAINMain motorFirst and second stages Third and fourth statesSubmotorFirst and second stages Third and fourth statesNo. 3040No. 3041No. 3206No. 3207²²——INTEGRAL GAINMain motorFirst and second stages Third and fourth statesSubmoto...

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    B–63785EN/016. AC SPINDLES351Max Spindle speed: Indicates gear ratio × maximum rotation speed/100.Spindle speedMotor speedLoop gainSpindle POS errTap axis POS errSynchronous error: Error related to synchronization between the tap axis andspindle. Either the value being monitored or the held p...

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    6. AC SPINDLESB–63785EN/01352α seriesα C seriesMax Cs axis speedNo. 3021—Position gainFirst stageSecond stageThird stageFourth stageNo. 3069No. 3070No. 3071No. 3072————Proportion gainFirst and second stagesThird and fourth stagesNo. 3046No. 3047——Integral gainFirst and second st...

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    B–63785EN/016. AC SPINDLES353α seriesα C seriesLoop gainMain motorFirst stageSecond stageThird stageFourth stageSubmotorFirst and second stagesThird and fourth stagesNo. 3065No. 3066No. 3067No. 3068No. 3221No. 3222²²²²Proportion gainMain motorFirst and second stagesThird and fourth stages...

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    6. AC SPINDLESB–63785EN/01354(1)α series/High speed ORNT = 0High speed ORNTMain motorSubmotorNo. 3018#6No. 3194#6Loop gainMain motorFirst stageSecond stageThird stageFourth stageSubmotorFirst and second stagesThird and fourth stagesNo. 3060No. 3061No. 3062No. 3063No. 3218No. 3219Proportion gai...

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    B–63785EN/016. AC SPINDLES355(2)α series/High speed ORNT = 1High speed ORNTMain motorSubmotorNo. 3018#6No. 3194#6Loop gainMain motorFirst stageSecond stageThird stageFourth stageSubmotorFirst and second stagesThird and fourth stagesNo. 3060No. 3061No. 3062No. 3063No. 3218No. 3219Proportion gai...

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    6. AC SPINDLESB–63785EN/01356(3)αC seriesLoop gainFirst stageSecond stageThird stageFourth stageNo. 3060No. 3061No. 3062No. 3063Proportion gainFirst and second stagesThird and fourth stagesNo. 3042No. 3043Integral gainFirst and second stagesThird and fourth stagesNo. 3050No. 3051Motor voltageN...

  • Page 379

    B–63785EN/016. AC SPINDLES357The standard motor parameters for each model can be set upautomatically.* Because the way each motor is controlled varies with the specificationdetermined by the machine tool builder, this function sets a standard(initial) value for any parameter specified by the ma...

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    6. AC SPINDLESB–63785EN/013586.2ANALOG INTERFACEAC SPINDLE

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    B–63785EN/016. AC SPINDLES359Position coderM03, M04, M05, M19M commandCNCPMCFeedback pulse,one–turn signalSpindleGear changemechanismSpindle motorSpindle amplifierOperator’spanelOrientation, gear change,and other additional cir-cuitsGear selection,orientation com-mand, and othersSpeed arriv...

  • Page 382

    6. AC SPINDLESB–63785EN/01360Conversion from the specified spindle speed (or S code), which is acommand for specifying the rotation speed of the spindle, to the spindlemotor command voltage signal, which is an actual command forspecifying the rotation speed of the motor, is performed totally in...

  • Page 383

    B–63785EN/016. AC SPINDLES3611) A mismatch between the specified spindle speed and actual spindlespeed occurs; the amount of speed mismatch is small when thespecified spindle speed is low, but becomes larger as the specifiedspindle speed increases.[Adjustment procedure] Follow the steps below.1...

  • Page 384

    7. TROUBLESHOOTINGB–63785EN/013627 TROUBLESHOOTING7.1 BOTH MANUAL AND AUTOMATIC OPERATIONS ARE IMPOSSIBLE363. . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.2 MANUAL (JOG) OPERATION IS IMPOSSIBLE367. . 7.3 HANDLE FEED (MPG) OPERATION IS IMPOSSIBLE370. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.4 ...

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    B–63785EN/017.TROUBLESHOOTING363(1) If both manual and automatic operations are impossible, use thisprocedure to determine the cause.(2) Check whether the position display works.(3) Check the status display on the CNC.(4) Check the internal status, using the CNC diagnostic function.(1) CNC stat...

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    7. TROUBLESHOOTINGB–63785EN/01364c. Check the status display for mode selection.The display of the machine operator’s panel mode status appearsin the upper section of the screen as shown below. If it does notappear, it implies that the corresponding mode selection signal isnot being input co...

  • Page 387

    B–63785EN/017.TROUBLESHOOTING3651 Check the parameter settings with the parameter list.1825Individual–axis servo loop gain (Standard value : 3000)2 It is likely that the servo system is abnormal. Make a check byreferring to the descriptions of servo alarms SV023, SV0...

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    7. TROUBLESHOOTINGB–63785EN/013665 Check the parameter settings for controlled–axis detaching.#7RMV0012#6#5#4#3#2#1#0RMV Specifies whether to make individual–axis controlled–axis detachingvalid.0 : Do not make valid.1 : Make valid.#7RMB1005#6#5#4#3#2#1#0RMB Specifies whether the settings ...

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    B–63785EN/017.TROUBLESHOOTING367(1) Check whether the position display works.(2) Check the status display on the CNC.(3) Check the internal status, using the CNC diagnostic function.(1) Check the status display for mode selection. If “JOG” appears, themode selection is normal.If not, it im...

  • Page 390

    7. TROUBLESHOOTINGB–63785EN/01368a. In–position check (checking for positioning) is under way.This implies that axis movement has not been completed. Checkthe contents of the following diagnostic number. (It becomes “1”under the following condition.)Diagnosis 3000 (position error) > ...

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    B–63785EN/017.TROUBLESHOOTING369(4) Check the parameter settings for controlled–axis detaching.#7RMV0012#6#5#4#3#2#1#0RMV Specifies whether to make individual–axis controlled–axis detachingvalid.0 : Do not make valid.1 : Make valid.#7RMB1005#6#5#4#3#2#1#0RMB Specifies whether the settings...

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    7. TROUBLESHOOTINGB–63785EN/01370(1) Does the other type of manual operation (JOG) work?(2) Check the CNC status display.Make the same check as that described in Section 7.1, “Both Manual andAutomatic Operations are Impossible” or 7.2, “Manual (JOG) Operationis Impossible”.If “HND” ...

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    B–63785EN/017.TROUBLESHOOTING371Check the corresponding signal, using the PMC diagnostic function(PCDGN). Also check the following related parameters against theparameter list.#7G006#6#5#4MP4#3MP2#2MP1#1#0Manual handle feed movement amountselection signalMovement amount (manual handle MP4MP2MP...

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    7. TROUBLESHOOTINGB–63785EN/01372Check for broken wires and short–circuits by referencing the followingdiagram.MPG (JA3)#3#2#1(JA3)(03)(02)(09)(12)(03)(04)(18)(14)(05)(06)(20)(16)HA1HB1+5V0VHA2HB2+5V0VHA3HB3+5V0VMPGHA1HB1+5V0VHA2HB2+5V0VHA3HB3+5V0V(05)(06)(03)(04)(05)(06)(03)(04)(05)(06)(03)(...

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    B–63785EN/017.TROUBLESHOOTING373Rotating the manual pulse generator will cause it to generate thefollowing signals. Check their output at the screw terminal board at therear of the generator, using an oscilloscope. If they do not appear, alsomeasure the +5V voltage.+5V0V HA HB+5V0V+5V0VHAHB1/...

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    7. TROUBLESHOOTINGB–63785EN/01374(1) Check whether manual operation is possible.(2) Check the status of the start lamp on the machine operator’s panel.(3) Check the status display of the CNC.If manual operation also does not work, make a check as described inSection 7.2, “Manual (JOG) Opera...

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    B–63785EN/017.TROUBLESHOOTING375(1) Make a check according to CNC diagnostic function numbers 1000and 1001.Specifically, check those items with “1” displayed on the right.a. In–position check is being performed.This implies that axis movement has not been completed. Checkthe contents of ...

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    7. TROUBLESHOOTINGB–63785EN/01376d. The interlock/start lock signal is active.Check the following signal, using the PMC diagnostic function(PMCDGN).1 The interlock signal (*IT) is active.#7G000#6#5#4#3#2#1#0*ITThe interlock signal with *IT = 0 is active.2 The individual–axis interlock signal ...

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    B–63785EN/017.TROUBLESHOOTING377(4) If the only failure is in rapid traverse for positioning (G00), check thefollowing parameter settings and signals from the PMC.a. Rapid traverse rate setting1420Individual–axis rapid traverse rateb. Settings related to the rapid traverse override signal#7G0...

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    7. TROUBLESHOOTINGB–63785EN/01378(5) If the only failure is in cutting feed (except for G00)a. The maximum cutting feedrate parameter is likely to have been setincorrectly.1422Individual–axis maximum cutting feedrateThe cutting feedrate (except for G00) is clamped at this maximumfeedrate.b. I...

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    B–63785EN/017.TROUBLESHOOTING379<If an α series spindle amplifier is used>CNCJA41SPMJA7AJA7BSPMJA7AJA7BJY2TB2JY2TB2SPMJA7AJA7BSPMJA7AJA7BJY2TB2JY2TB2JA48JA7A–1JA7A–2Position coderSpindle motorPosition coderSpindle motorPosition coderSpindle motorPosition coderSpindle motor<If an a...

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    7. TROUBLESHOOTINGB–63785EN/01380(1) If automatic operation stops, determine the cause by applying theprocedure explained below.(2) Check the automatic operation start (cycle start) lamp on the machineoperator’s panel.(3) Check the CNC diagnosis function.(1) If the automatic operation start s...

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    B–63785EN/017.TROUBLESHOOTING381c. The external reset signal has been input.#7ERSG0000#6#5#4#3#2#1#0If ERS is 1, the external reset signal is currently being input.Note) This signal is normally used as the confirmation signal sentfrom the PMC when M02 is specified at, for example, theterminatio...

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    7. TROUBLESHOOTINGB–63785EN/01382The following shows the alarms related to the reader/punch interface:GroupAlarm typeRS–232–Cchannel 1RS–232–Cchannel 2RS–232–Cchannel 3RS–232–Cchannel 4RS–422channel 1RS–422channel 2ADR signal OFFSR820SR830SR840SR870SR850SR880BOverrun errorSR...

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    B–63785EN/017.TROUBLESHOOTING383NOYESNOYESYESNOONOFFYESNOStartGroup A alarm?S Check the baudrate and other dataI/O parameters.S I/O unit is defective.Group B or Calarm?Are the data output parametersettings correct?S See the description ofdata I/O, and set theparameters again.Is I/O unit turnedo...

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    7. TROUBLESHOOTINGB–63785EN/01384(a) Parameters related to the reader/punch interface are not set correctly.Check the following items on the communication setting screen:Setting itemnameParameterIndication for setting item (parameter setting)TV CheckTVC (No.0000#0)ON (1)/OFF (0)TV (Comment)CTV ...

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    B–63785EN/017.TROUBLESHOOTING385(d) The cable between the CNC and input/output unit is defective.Check whether the cable between the CNC and input/output unit isbroken and whether the cable is connected incorrectly.<Connection>RS232C(JD5A)RS232C(JD5B)RS232C(JD36A)RS422(JD6A)Main CPU board...

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    7. TROUBLESHOOTINGB–63785EN/01386<Cable connection>RD(01)0V(02)DR(03)0V(04)CS(05)0V(06)CD(07)0V(08)(09)+24V (10)SD(11)0V(12)ER(13)0V(14)RS(15)0V(16)(17)(18)+24V (19)(20)(03) RD(06) DR(05) CS(08) CD(02) SD(20) ER(04) RS(07) SG(25) +24V(01) FGGGRS232C (JD5A) (JD5B)(JD5C)Punch panelConnector...

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    B–63785EN/017.TROUBLESHOOTING387CAUTION1 When CS is not used, connect it to RS.2 When protocol A or extended protocol A is used: When DRis not used, connect it to ER. Connect CD to ER.GRS422 (JD6A)(JD6B)RD (01)*RD (02)CS (05)*CS (06)DM (07)*) *DM (09)0V (08)(+24V) (10)SD (11)*SD (12)RS (15)*R...

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    7. TROUBLESHOOTINGB–63785EN/01388Although the tool is being fed with 128 or more pulses of positionaldeviation (DGN3000) in the direction of reference position return, theone–rotation signal is not received at least once, a reference positionreturn is performed.YESNOStartCheck whether there a...

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    B–63785EN/017.TROUBLESHOOTING389 (1)YESNONOYESCheck whether the motor rotates through at least one turn(that is, check that the one–rotation signal is received) whenthe positional deviation is 128 pulses or more.Does motor rotate throughone turn?The return start position is too close.S Change...

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    7. TROUBLESHOOTINGB–63785EN/01390Machine absolute position data in the serial pulse coder is lost. (This alarm is issued when the serial pulse coder has been replaced orwhen the position feedback signal line of the serial pulse coder isdetached.)The machine position must be recorded again by u...

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    B–63785EN/017.TROUBLESHOOTING391The settings made for the digital servo parameters are illegal. There is an error in the settings made for the digital servo parameters.(1) Check the settings made for the following parameters:Parameter No. 1874: Motor type numberParameter No. 1879: Direction ...

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    7. TROUBLESHOOTINGB–63785EN/01392Motor numbers assigned to spindles are set incorrectly.The same non–zero value appears more than once in parameter No. 5841.Check the parameter setting.An illegal number is set for a spindle to be controlled.The value set in parameter No. 5850 falls outside th...

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    B–63785EN/017.TROUBLESHOOTING393A communication error occurred between the CNC and a serial spindleor between serial spindles.Check the following:(1) Is the serial spindle amplifier powered?(2) Is the cable to the serial spindle attached to the correct connector?(3) Is the cable to the serial s...

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    7. TROUBLESHOOTINGB–63785EN/01394The D/A converter for analog spindle control is abnormal.Check whether condensation has formed on the CNC control printedcircuit board. If the check does not reveal any abnormality, the printedcircuit board in the CNC may be defective.An abnormality was detecte...

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    B–63785EN/017.TROUBLESHOOTING395An abnormality occurred during data transfer between the CNC and aserial spindle.Check whether the printed circuit board on the serial spindle side isabnormal.If the above check does not reveal any abnormality, the printed circuitboard on the serial spindle side ...

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    7. TROUBLESHOOTINGB–63785EN/01396Corrective Actions for Individual System AlarmsA parity error occurred in the RAM on the CPU card.The first page of the system alarm is displayed as shown below:FANUC SERIES 15I F000BSYS_ALM 100 RAM PARITY ERROR(1)ERROR OCCURRED AT 1998/10/16 14:24:03PROGRAM COU...

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    B–63785EN/017.TROUBLESHOOTING397The card is mounted on the main board in slot 1._Main CPU cardFig. 7.11.1An error was detected while the RAM mounted on the CPU card wasbeing checked.The first page of the system alarm is displayed, as shown below:FANUC SERIES 15I F000BSYS_ALM 103 DRAM SUM ERROR(...

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    7. TROUBLESHOOTINGB–63785EN/01398The CPU card, on which the DRAM SUM ERROR has been detected, isdisplayed in (1).The most likely cause is that the CPU card is defective. Replace the card.The following message appears in (1):See Fig. 7.11.1.A disconnection alarm was detected in FSSB.The first p...

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    B–63785EN/017.TROUBLESHOOTING399The main board having the axis control card is inserted into slot 1.F–BUS connectorConnectorAxis controlcard #1FSSB1COP10A–1, COP10A–2(Note)Fig. 7.11.3 (a)The additional axis board having axis control cards is inserted into slot 3.F–BUS connectorConnector...

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    7. TROUBLESHOOTINGB–63785EN/01400NOTECOP10A–1 and COP10A–2 are optical connectors forFSSB lines. Just an axis control card of type B hasCOP10A–2.The table below lists the messages that may appear in (1) on the screen.The cause and corrective action differ depending on the message.NOTEIf ...

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    B–63785EN/017.TROUBLESHOOTING401Alarm messageActionCauseFSSB DISCONNECTION(AMPn←AMPm)Communication betweenservo amplifiers n and mcannot be established.Replace the optical cablethat connects servo ampli-fier or pulse module m toservo amplifier n con-FSSB DISCONNECFTION(AMPn←PULSE MODULEm)Co...

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    7. TROUBLESHOOTINGB–63785EN/01402An error occurred in a servo amplifier power supply.The first page of the system alarm is displayed as shown below:FANUC SERIES 15I F000BSYS_ALM 129 ABNORMAL POWER SUPPLY(SERVO:AMP1)AXIS CONTROL CARD (1)ERROR OCCURRED AT 1998/10/16 14:24:03PROGRAM COUNTER: xxxxx...

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    B–63785EN/017.TROUBLESHOOTING403A parity alarm is issued from the internal RAM mounted on the mainboard.The first page of the system alarm is displayed as shown below:FANUC SERIES 15I F000BSYS_ALM 133 PARITY ALARM OF PERIPHERAL CONTROL LSI(MASTER)ETC LSI ON MAIN BOARDERROR OCCURRED AT 2002/01/0...

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    7. TROUBLESHOOTINGB–63785EN/01404An alarm occurred on an axis control card.The first page of the system alarm is displayed as shown below:FANUC SERIES 15I F000BSYS_ALM 200 SYSTEM ALARM(SERVO)AXIS CONTROL CARD (1)ERROR OCCURRED AT 1998/10/16 14:24:03PROGRAM COUNTER: xxxxxxxxHACT TASK: xxxxxxxxHA...

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    B–63785EN/017.TROUBLESHOOTING405FANUC SERIES 15I F000BSYS_ALM 200 SYSTEM ALARM(SERVO)AXIS CONTROL CARD #1ERROR OCCURRED AT 1998/10/16 14:24:03 SERVO SYSTEM INFORMATION 2SERVO MODULE ON MAIN BOARDSERVO CPU1 (2630 0008 6630) PARITY ALARM OF SERVO LOCAL RAM0000 0000 0000 0204 003D 87BF 0000 0000 0...

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    7. TROUBLESHOOTINGB–63785EN/01406An alarm occurred on an option board.The first page of the system alarm is displayed as shown below:FANUC SERIES 15I F000BSYS_ALM 300 SYSTEM ALARM(F–BUS SLOT (1))OTHER–CPUERROR OCCURRED AT 1998/10/16 14:24:03PROGRAM COUNTER: xxxxxxxxHACT TASK: xxxxxxxxHACCES...

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    B–63785EN/017.TROUBLESHOOTING407A BUS ERROR occurred.The first page of the system alarm is displayed as shown below:FANUC SERIES 15I F000BSYS_ALM 400 BUS ERRORCPU CARD(MAIN)ERROR OCCURRED AT 1998/10/16 14:24:03PROGRAM COUNTER: xxxxxxxxHACT TASK: xxxxxxxxHACCESS ADDRESS: xxxxxxxxH ( (1) )ACCE...

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    7. TROUBLESHOOTINGB–63785EN/01408An error was detected in the SRAM module.The first page of the system alarm is displayed as shown below:FANUC SERIES 15I F000BSYS_ALM 500 SRAM DATA ERROR(SRAM MODULE)CPU CARD(MAIN)ERROR OCCURRED AT 1998/10/16 14:24:03PROGRAM COUNTER: xxxxxxxxHACT TASK: xxxxxxxxH...

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    B–63785EN/017.TROUBLESHOOTING409The SRAM module is mounted on the main board in slot 1.SRAM moduleFig. 7.11.9D SRAM module mountingposition

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    7. TROUBLESHOOTINGB–63785EN/01410The voltage of the SRAM module backup battery is low.The first page of the system alarm is displayed as shown below:FANUC SERIES 15I F000BSYS_ALM 501 SRAM DATA ERROR(BATTERY LOW)CPU CARD(MAIN)ERROR OCCURRED AT 1998/10/16 14:24:03PROGRAM COUNTER: xxxxxxxxHACT TAS...

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    B–63785EN/017.TROUBLESHOOTING411Noise was generated in the power supply.The first page of the system alarm is displayed as shown below:FANUC SERIES 15I F000BSYS_ALM 502 NOISE ON POWER SUPPLYCPU CARD(MAIN)ERROR OCCURRED AT 1998/10/16 14:24:03PROGRAM COUNTER: xxxxxxxxHACT TASK: xxxxxxxxHACCESS AD...

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    7. TROUBLESHOOTINGB–63785EN/01412An error occurred in the power supply on the MAIN board.The first page of the system alarm is displayed as shown below:FANUC SERIES 15I F000BSYS_ALM 503 ABNORMAL POWER SUPPLY(MAIN BOARD)CPU CARD(MAIN)ERROR OCCURRED AT 1998/10/16 14:24:03PROGRAM COUNTER: xxxxxxxx...

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    B–63785EN/017.TROUBLESHOOTING413A ROM test detected an error.A screen like that shown below appears:FANUC SERIES 15I F000BCOPYRIGHT(C) FANUC LTD 1997–1998RAM TEST : ENDROM TEST : ERRORERROR ROM: 801 The FROM field indicates the number of the ROM in which the testdetected an error.The most lik...

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    7. TROUBLESHOOTINGB–63785EN/01414The module is mounted on the main board in slot 1.ConnectorFROM moduleFig. 7.11.13D FROM/ROM modulemounting position

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    B–63785EN/017.TROUBLESHOOTING415If the information displayed on the second page of system alarm 300contains PC50 NMI SLC, this indicates that an IO/Link–related systemalarm has occurred.FANUC SERIES 15I F000BSYS_ALM 300 SYSTEM ALARM(F–BUS SLOT 00)OTHER–CPUERROR OCCURRED AT 1998/10/16 14:2...

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    7. TROUBLESHOOTINGB–63785EN/01416If the information displayed on the second page of system alarm 300contains PC30 RAM PARITY, a RAM PARITY alarm occurred in PMCcontrol.Even if the information displayed on the second page containsWATCHDOG ALARM, the actual cause may be PC30 RAM PARITY.FANUC SERI...

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    B–63785EN/017.TROUBLESHOOTING417Besides the system alarms described in the preceding sections, thosesystem alarms that are attributable to hardware or software can sometimesbe issued.If such an alarm is issued, display appropriate alarm information asdescribed in Section 7.15, ”OUTPUTTING SYS...

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    7. TROUBLESHOOTINGB–63785EN/01418If a system alarm occurs, information on the system alarm can be sent toan external device.There are two methods of sending information. Use the appropriatemethod depending on the situation in which the system alarm occurred.If a system alarm occurs when an att...

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    B–63785EN/017.TROUBLESHOOTING419WARNINGOnly those personnel who have received approved safetyand maintenance training may perform this replacement.Before opening the cabinet and replacing a board, turn offboth the power to the CNC unit and the main power to thepower magnetics cabinet. If only ...

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    7. TROUBLESHOOTINGB–63785EN/01420In the event of a failure upon inputting and outputting data to and fromI/O Link slave stations (such as the connector panel I/O unit, operationboard I/O unit, I/O Unit–A, I/O Unit–B, and Power Mate), identify thecause by applying the procedure below:First, ...

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    B–63785EN/017.TROUBLESHOOTING421(2) If the names of all the slave stations of the connected groups are notdisplayed on the PMC I/O check screen (displayed by selecting“PMCDGN,” “IOCHK,” and “IOLNK”):→ No link is established between the slave station displayed last andthe next stat...

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    7. TROUBLESHOOTINGB–63785EN/01422This system alarm occurs when an I/O Link link is released. Identify thecause of the alarm, referring to xx:yy displayed on the screen.Example) If NMI SLC 43:42 is displayed,xx = 43 (hex), bit 0 of xx (written as xx#0 in the remainder of thismanual) = 1, xx#1 ...

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    B–63785EN/017.TROUBLESHOOTING423This indicates that a slave station detected an error. The group numberof the slave station that detected the error is indicated by “(yy#0 to yy#4)– 1.” The error type is indicated by yy#5 to yy#7.yy#5: The slave detected invalid communication data.yy#6: ...

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    7. TROUBLESHOOTINGB–63785EN/01424This indicates that a RAM parity error occurred within the NC. Replacethe NC main board.If the BOOT screen is displayed on a slave station such as the PowerMate–H, I/O Link initialization has not been completed. The host NCmay, therefore, enter the wait stat...

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    B–63785EN/017.TROUBLESHOOTING425The most likely cause is that power is not being supplied to the expansionunit.→ Check whether 24–V power is supplied to 1P and 31P of the expansionunit.If any of the above procedures and the corrective actions described in the“FANUC Series 15i Connection M...

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    APPENDIX

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    APPENDIXB–63785EN/01A. BOOT SYSTEM429ABOOT SYSTEMA.1 OVERVIEW430. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A.2 SCREEN CONFIGURATION AND OPERATION433. A.3 ERROR MESSAGES AND CORRECTIVE ACTIONS450. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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    APPENDIXA. BOOT SYSTEMB–63785EN/01430The boot system is designed to load CNC system software from flashROM to DRAM and then activate CNC software for execution. The boot system also provides the following functions for CNC systemmaintenance.(1) Loading files into flash ROMD Reads files from a ...

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    APPENDIXB–63785EN/01A. BOOT SYSTEM431(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7)RAM TEST: ENDROM TEST: END xxxx x(ERROR)DRAM ID: xxxxxxxxSRAM ID: xxxxxxxxFROM ID: xxxxxxxxCNC DATA SEARCH : END(ERROR)***MESSAGE***LOADING CNC DATAxxxxxxxx/xxxxxxxxENDIf an error occurs, the system stops.RESET key→SYSTEM MONITOR(1) Di...

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    APPENDIXA. BOOT SYSTEMB–63785EN/01432When the system is started in the normal way, the BOOT SYSTEMautomatically transfers files from flash ROM to DRAM, and the user neednot be concerned with the BOOT SYSTEM. If maintenance is to beperformed or if the flash ROM does not contain the necessary fi...

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    APPENDIXB–63785EN/01A. BOOT SYSTEM433When the boot system is activated, the main menu screen appears first.The main menu screen is explained below.(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8)SYSTEM MONITOR1END2SYSTEM DATA LOADING3SYSTEM DATA CHECK4SYSTEM DATA SAVE5FILE DATA BACKUP6MEMORY CARD FORMAT***MESSAGE***SE...

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    APPENDIXA. BOOT SYSTEMB–63785EN/01434Position cursor [°] [±]³Select menu [INPUT]³Confirmation [INPUT] [CANCEL]³ Execution³ Select END ³ Return to previous screenThis screen is used to load system and user files from a memory card intoflash ROM.Explanation of each di...

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    APPENDIXB–63785EN/01A. BOOT SYSTEM435(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)SYSTEM DATA CHECK & DATA LOADINGMEMORY CARD DIRECTORY1aaaa.bbb1234567 1997–02–1011:222ccc.ddd 1111 1995–01–3012:023eeeeeeee.fff 1231996–12–0109:034gg.hhh ********1997–01–0208:405END5123 BYTES FREE*** MESSAGE *...

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    APPENDIXA. BOOT SYSTEMB–63785EN/01436Select the file to be loaded, using the cursor keys ( and ) andpress the INPUT key.The confirmation message “OK? INPUT/CANCEL” appears on themessage line. To load the file, press the INPUT key. Otherwise, press theCAN key.First, the ROM data on the m...

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    APPENDIXB–63785EN/01A. BOOT SYSTEM437(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)SYSTEM DATA LOADINGMEMORY CARD DIRECTORY1aaaa.bbb1234567 1997–02–1011:222ccc.ddd 1111 1995–01–3012:023eeeeeeee.fff 1231996–12–0109:034gg.hhh********1997–01–0208:405END5123 BYTES FREE*** MESSAGE ***SELECT FILE &...

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    APPENDIXA. BOOT SYSTEMB–63785EN/01438(2) File name in flash ROMThe BOOT SYSTEM distinguishes between files in flash ROM basedon the ID internal to the header. If flash ROM holds a file of the sametype as the file to be read from the memory card, the file in flash ROMis deleted beforehand. The...

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    APPENDIXB–63785EN/01A. BOOT SYSTEM439(1) Line indicating the title.(2) Checks the ROM data stored in flash memory.(3) Checks the ROM data stored on the memory card.(4) Returns the system to the MAIN MENU.(5) Line indicating a message (such as a simple operation guide).Select the desired action ...

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    APPENDIXA. BOOT SYSTEMB–63785EN/01440Select the file to be checked, using the cursor keys ( and ) andpress the INPUT key.The system switches to the ROM FILE CHECK screen, that indicatesdetailed information.To exit from the menu, select “END” and press the INPUT key. The systemreturns to ...

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    APPENDIXB–63785EN/01A. BOOT SYSTEM441Select the file to be checked, using the cursor keys ( and ) andpress the INPUT key.The system switches to the ROM FILE CHECK screen, that displaysdetailed information.To exit from the menu, select “END” and press the INPUT key. The systemreturns to th...

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    APPENDIXA. BOOT SYSTEMB–63785EN/01442(1) Parity information for system and user filesSystem files on flash ROM, which have names such as “NC BAS–1”and “DG2SERVO,” have parity information embedded for eachmanagement unit. If non–ASCII code characters or an underscore “_”is displ...

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    APPENDIXB–63785EN/01A. BOOT SYSTEM443This screen is used to download user files from flash ROM to a memorycard. Only user files can be downloaded from flash ROM to a memorycard. System files cannot be saved.(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)SYSTEM DATA SAVEFROM DIRECTORY 1NC BAS–1(08) 2DG2 SERVO (01) 3PMC–N...

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    APPENDIXA. BOOT SYSTEMB–63785EN/01444If a file with the same file name already exists on the memory card,“ALREADY FILE EXIST” and “OK? INPUT/CANCEL” appear. Tooverwrite the file, press the INPUT key. Otherwise, press the CAN key.To exit from the save screen, select “END” and press...

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    APPENDIXB–63785EN/01A. BOOT SYSTEM445(6) The name of the file currently being saved or loaded is displayed (afteran action starts).(7) Line indicating a message (such as a simple operation guide).To save all the backup data files (file SRAM), select STORE FILE. Torestore all the backup data fi...

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    APPENDIXA. BOOT SYSTEMB–63785EN/01446CAUTIONS1 Once the save operation has been started, the memory cardreplacement prompt appears (for up to 999 memory cards)until all the backup data can be saved normally.To cancel the save operation once it is started, press theRESET key when “SET MEMORY C...

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    APPENDIXB–63785EN/01A. BOOT SYSTEM447CAUTIONS1 Once the restore operation is started, the memory cardreplacement prompt appears (for up to 999 memory cards)until all the backup data has been restored normally.To cancel a restore operation once it is started, press theRESET key when “SET MEMOR...

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    APPENDIXA. BOOT SYSTEMB–63785EN/01448The file SRAM size and the amount of data to be saved or restored areassociated as follows:File SRAM sizeData size256 Kbyte512 Kbyte1 Mbyte2 Mbyte3 Mbyte040000080000100000200000300000This screen is used to format memory cards. New memory cards must beformat...

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    APPENDIXB–63785EN/01A. BOOT SYSTEM449(4) While formatting is in progress, the message line displays“EXECUTING.”(5) Once formatting is complete, the message line displays “MEMORYCARD FORMAT HAS FINISHED” and “HIT INPUT KEY.” Pressthe INPUT key. The system returns to the MAIN MENU.I...

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    APPENDIXA. BOOT SYSTEMB–63785EN/01450This section explains the error messages that may be displayed and thecorresponding corrective actions. The error messages are arranged inalphabetical order.Error messageExplanation and corrective actionMEMORY CARD NOT READYA memory card is not inserted int...

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    APPENDIXB–63785EN/01A. BOOT SYSTEM451CAUTIONIf a device failure is detected in flash memory, the message“HIT INPUT KEY” does not appear but the system stops.(Hardware replacement is required.)CAUTION1 Corrective action to be taken if SRAM PARITY is detectedduring the FILE DATA BACKUP funct...

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    APPENDIXB. ALARM LISTB–63785EN/01452BALARM LISTB.1 PROGRAM ERRORS/ALARMS ON PROGRAM AND OPERATION (P/S ALARM)453. . . . . . . . . . . . . . B.2 BACKGROUND EDIT ALARM468. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B.3 SR ALARM471. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B.4 PARAMETER ENAB...

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    APPENDIXB–63785EN/01B. ALARM LIST453NumberMessageContentsPS0001AXIS CONTROL MODE ILLEGALIllegal axis control modePS0003TOO MANY DIGITData entered with more digits than permitted in the NC instruction word.The number of permissible digits varies according to the function and theword.PS0006ILLEGA...

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    APPENDIXB. ALARM LISTB–63785EN/01454NumberContentsMessagePS0077PROGRAM IN USEAn attempt was made in the foreground to execute a program beingedited in the background.The currently edited program cannot be executed, so end editing andrestart program execution.PS0079PROGRAM FILE NOT FOUNDThe prog...

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    APPENDIXB–63785EN/01B. ALARM LIST455NumberContentsMessagePS0116WRITE PROTECTED VARIABLEAn attempt was made in a custom macro to use on the left side of anexpression a variable that can only be used on the right side of anexpression.PS0118TOO MANY BRACKET NESTINGToo many brackets “[ ]” were ...

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    APPENDIXB. ALARM LISTB–63785EN/01456NumberContentsMessagePS0145G10.1 TIME OUTThe response to a G10.1 instruction was not received from the PMCwithin the specified time limit.PS0146G10.1 FORMAT ERRORThe G10.1 instruction format is in error.PS0150G31 FORMAT ERROR· No axis is specified or tow or ...

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    APPENDIXB–63785EN/01B. ALARM LIST457NumberContentsMessagePS0186ILLEGAL PLANE SELECTThe plane selection instructions G17 to G19 are in error.Reprogram so that same 3 basic parallel axes are not specifiedsimultaneously.This alarm is also generated when an axis that should not be specifiedfor plan...

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    APPENDIXB. ALARM LISTB–63785EN/01458NumberContentsMessagePS0214ILLEGAL USE OF G–CODEThe modal G code group contains an illegal G code in the polarcoordinate interpolation mode or when a mode was canceled.Only the following G codes are allowed:G40, G50, G69.1An illegal G code was specified whi...

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    APPENDIXB–63785EN/01B. ALARM LIST459NumberContentsMessagePS0281OVER TOLERANCE OF END POINT INSPIRALThe distance between the positions of the specified end point and theend point calculated from the programmed block exceeds the value setto parameter No. 2511.Either change the end point to be spe...

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    APPENDIXB. ALARM LISTB–63785EN/01460NumberContentsMessagePS0361PARAMTER SETTING ERROR 1 (TLAC)Illegal parameter setting. (axis of rotation setting)PS0362PARAMETER SETTING ERROR 2 (TLAC)Illegal parameter setting (tool axis setting)PS0370PARAMETER SETTING ERROR (DM3H–1)Out–of–range data was...

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    APPENDIXB–63785EN/01B. ALARM LIST461NumberContentsMessagePS0440T COMMAND NOT FOUNDNo T command was specified in a program which sets a tool group.The same block as M06 in the machining program does not contain a Tcommand in tool change method D (parameters CT2=2, CT1=1: No.7401#1/#0).PS0441NOT ...

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    APPENDIXB. ALARM LISTB–63785EN/01462NumberContentsMessagePS0510DUPLICATE M–CODE (SPOS AXISPOSITIONING)A function to which the same code as this M code is set exists.(spindle positioning, positioning)PS0511DUPLICATE M–CODE (SPOS AXISRELEASE)A function to which the same code as this M code is...

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    APPENDIXB–63785EN/01B. ALARM LIST463NumberContentsMessagePS0566INDEX TABLE AXIS DUPLICATE AXIS MODEA move instruction has been issued to an axis that is not an index tableindexing axis.PS0567INDEX TABLE AXIS DUPLICATE AXISCOMMANDIndex table indexing was specified during axis movement or on an a...

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    APPENDIXB. ALARM LISTB–63785EN/01464NumberContentsMessagePS0595ILL–COMMAND IN EGB MODEAn illegal instruction was issued during synchronization by EGB.(1) Slave axis was specified by G27, G28, G29, G30, G30.1, G33 andG53 G codes.(2) Inch/metric conversion was specified by G20 or G21 G codes.PS...

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    APPENDIXB–63785EN/01B. ALARM LIST465NumberContentsMessagePS0647ILLEGAL USE OF G53.1(1) The tool axis direction control command was issued before thefeature coordinate system set command.Issue the tool axis direction control command in a block followingthe block containing the feature coordinate...

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    APPENDIXB. ALARM LISTB–63785EN/01466NumberContentsMessagePS0896ILLEGAL FORMAT IN G02.3/G03.3The format for specifying exponential interpolation is incorrect.Addresses I slope angle, J excessive torsion and setting R inexponential interpolation are not specified, or are set to “0”.The settin...

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    APPENDIXB–63785EN/01B. ALARM LIST467NumberContentsMessagePS0995ILLEGAL PARAMETER IN G41.2/G42.2The parameter settings (parameter Nos. 6080 to 6089) for determiningthe relationship between the axis of rotation and the rotation plane areincorrect.PS0996G41.3/G40 FORMAT ERROR(1) A move instruction...

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    APPENDIXB. ALARM LISTB–63785EN/01468NumberMessageContentsBG0590TH ERRORA TH error was detected during reading from an input device.The read code that caused the TH error and how many statements it isfrom the block can be verified in the diagnostics screen.BG0591TV ERRORAn error was detected dur...

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    APPENDIXB–63785EN/01B. ALARM LIST469NumberContentsMessageBG0843FRAMING ERROR (3)The stop bit of the character received from the I/O device connected toreader/punch interface 3 was not detected.BG0844BUFFER OVERFLOW (3)The NC received more than 10 characters of data from the I/O deviceconnected ...

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    APPENDIXB. ALARM LISTB–63785EN/01470NumberContentsMessageBG0970ILLEGAL CARD (MEMORY CARD)This memory card cannot be handled.BG0971ERASE ERROR (MEMORY CARD)An error occurred during memory card erase.BG0972BATTERY LOW (MEMORY CARD)The memory card battery is low.BG0973FILE ALREADY EXISTA file havi...

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    APPENDIXB–63785EN/01B. ALARM LIST471NumberMessageContentsSR0125ILLEGAL EXPRESSION FORMATThe description of the custom macro statement is erroneous.The format of the parameter data is erroneous.SR0160COMMAND DATA OVERFLOWAn overflow in the CNC internal positional data occurred.This error is also...

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    APPENDIXB. ALARM LISTB–63785EN/01472NumberContentsMessageSR0807PARAMETER SETTING ERRORAn I/O interface option that has not yet been added on was specified.The external I/O device and baud rate, stop bit and protocol selectionsettings are erroneous.SR0808DEVICE DOUBLE OPENEDAn attempt was made t...

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    APPENDIXB–63785EN/01B. ALARM LIST473NumberContentsMessageSR0856BUFFER OVERFLOW (RMT–BUF)Reader/punch interface 10 received data exceeding a limit (512characters with protocol B or 2560 characters with extended protocol B)although the NC sent a stop code (DC3) when receiving data.SR0860DR OFF ...

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    APPENDIXB. ALARM LISTB–63785EN/01474NumberContentsMessageSR0965DIRECTORY FULL (MEMORY CARD)The file could not be generated in the root directory for the memory card.SR0966FILE NOT FOUND (MEMORY CARD)The specified file could not be found on the memory card.SR0967FILE PROTECTED (MEMORY CARD)The m...

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    APPENDIXB–63785EN/01B. ALARM LIST475NumberMessageContentsSW0000PARAMETER ENABLE SWITCH ONThe parameter setting is enabled (PWE, one bit of parameter No. 8000is set to “1”).To set the parameter, turn this parameter ON. Otherwise, set to OFF.B.4PARAMETERENABLE SWITCHALARM (SW ALARM)

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    APPENDIXB. ALARM LISTB–63785EN/01476NumberMessageContentsSV0008EXCESS ERROR (STOP)Position deviation during a stop is larger than the value set in parameterNo. 1829.Check the value of the position deviation error limit in parameter No.1829.SV0009EXCESS ERROR (MOVING)The position deviation durin...

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    APPENDIXB–63785EN/01B. ALARM LIST477NumberContentsMessageSV0061FSSB: ERROR MODEThe FSSB entered the error mode.Probable causes are an axis card or amplifier malfunction.SV0062FSSB: NUMBER OF AMP. IS INSUFFICIENTThe number of amplifiers identified by the FSSB is less than the numberof controlled...

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    APPENDIXB. ALARM LISTB–63785EN/01478NumberContentsMessageSV0128ABNORMAL TORQUE (4TH SPDL)An abnormal load was detected at the No. 24 spindle motor. This alarmis canceled by resetting the control.SV0350EXCESSIVE TORQUE DIFFERENCEIn synchronization control, the values specified by the torque comm...

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    APPENDIXB–63785EN/01B. ALARM LIST479NumberContentsMessageSV0434LOW VOLT CONTROLSVM: Low control power voltageSV0435INV. LOW VOLT DC LINKSVM: Low DC link voltageSV0436SOFTTHERMAL (OVC)The digital servo software detected a software thermal (OVC).SV0437CNV. OVERCURRENT POWERPSM: Overcurrent on inp...

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    APPENDIXB. ALARM LISTB–63785EN/01480NumberContentsMessageSV0469PARAMETERSETTING ERROR(2683–2826)The 2683–2826 parameters cannot be used.This alarm is generated only at power–on when edition of the servosoftware is old.This alarm is not generated by exchanging the servo software to newedit...

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    APPENDIXB–63785EN/01B. ALARM LIST481NumberMessageContentsOT0001+ OVERTRAVEL (SOFT 1)The tool entered the prohibited area of stored stroke check 1 duringmovement in the positive direction.OT0002– OVERTRAVEL (SOFT 1)The tool entered the prohibited area of stored stroke check 1 duringmovement in...

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    APPENDIXB. ALARM LISTB–63785EN/01482NumberContentsMessageOT0125TOO LARGE NUMBERA numerical value outside the range 0 to 4095 was specified as the No.for the external operator message or an external alarm message.OT0126SPECIFIED NUMBER NOT FOUND[External data I/O]The No. specified for a program ...

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    APPENDIXB–63785EN/01B. ALARM LIST483NumberMessageContentsIO0001FILE ACCESS ERRORThe resident–type file system could not be accessed as an erroroccurred in the resident–type file system.IO0002FILE SYSTEM ERRORThe file could not be accessed as an error occurred in the CNC filesystem.IO0030CHE...

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    APPENDIXB. ALARM LISTB–63785EN/01484NumberMessageContentsSP0001SSPA: 01 MOTOR OVERHEATAn alarm (AL–01) occurred on the spindle amplifier unit For details, refer to the Serial Spindle User’s Manual.SP0002SSPA: 02 EX DEVIATION SPEEDAn alarm (AL–02) occurred on the spindle amplifier unit For...

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    APPENDIXB–63785EN/01B. ALARM LIST485NumberContentsMessageSP0022SSPA: XX DECODED ALARMAn alarm (AL–22) occurred on the spindle amplifier unit For details, refer to the Serial Spindle User’s Manual.SP0023SSPA: XX DECODED ALARMAn alarm (AL–23) occurred on the spindle amplifier unit For detai...

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    APPENDIXB. ALARM LISTB–63785EN/01486NumberContentsMessageSP0044SSPA: 44 ILLEGAL A/D CONVERTAn alarm (AL–44) occurred on the spindle amplifier unit For details, refer to the Serial Spindle User’s Manual.SP0045SSPA: XX DECODED ALARMAn alarm (AL–45) occurred on the spindle amplifier unit For...

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    APPENDIXB–63785EN/01B. ALARM LIST487NumberContentsMessageSP0080ALARM AT THE OTHER SP AMP.An alarm (AL–80) occurred on the spindle amplifier unit For details, refer to the Serial Spindle User’s Manual.SP00811–ROT MOTOR SENSOR ERRORAn alarm (AL–81) occurred on the spindle amplifier unit F...

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    APPENDIXB. ALARM LISTB–63785EN/01488NumberContentsMessageSP0223CAN NOT USE SERIAL SPINDLEThe machine tool does not support digital spindles.SP0224ILLEGAL SPINDLE–POSITION CODERGEAR RATIOThe spindle–position coder gear ratio was incorrect.SP0225CRC ERROR (SERIAL SPINDLE)A CRC error (communic...

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    APPENDIXB–63785EN/01B. ALARM LIST489NumberContentsMessageSP0970SPINDLE CONTROL ERRORInitialization of spindle control ended in error.SP0971SPINDLE CONTROL ERRORAn error occurred in the spindle control software.SP0972SPINDLE CONTROL ERRORAn error occurred in the spindle control software.SP0973SP...

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    APPENDIXB. ALARM LISTB–63785EN/01490NumberMessageContentsOH0001LOCKER OVERHEATCNC cabinet overheatOH0002FAN MOTOR STOPOCB cooling fan motor abnormalityB.10OVERHEAT ALARM(OH ALARM)

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    IndexB–63785EN/01i–1[Symbols]αi Servo Information Screen, 104αi Spindle Information Screen, 107αi Spindle Status Error Display, 111[Numbers]15i series hardware, 113[A]AC spindles, 344Addresses, 287Adjustment, 195Alarm list, 452Alarm OT0032 (reference position return request),390Alarm PS200...

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    IndexB–63785EN/01i–2[D]Data input/output, 230, 235DATA LOADING screen, 437Data server board, 130Data server board A2, 132Data server hard disk unit, 159Data table (DATA), 302Deleting user files from flash memory, 442Demounting a card PCB, 173Demounting a DIMM module, 176Demounting the back pa...

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    B–63785EN/01Indexi–3Input of workpiece origin offset data, 261Inputting and outputting set items, 77Interface between NC and PMC, 284Interface overview, 285Internal relay system–reserved area, 288IO/LINK–related system alarm, 415[K]Keep relay screen (KEEPRL), 300Keys Used for Operation, 1...

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    IndexB–63785EN/01i–4Parameter enable switch alarm (SW alarm), 475Parameter setting, 331Parameters, 347Parts layout, 194Periodic maintenance screen, 72PMC basic menu, 291PMC C board, 139PMC data setting and display (PMCPRM), 297PMC displays, 290PMC execution cycle, 289PMC input/output signal a...

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    B–63785EN/01Indexi–5System alarm 300 (SYSTEM ALARM: alarm inanother module), 406System alarm 500 (SRAM DATA ERROR (SRAMMODULE)), 408System alarm 501 (SRAM DATA ERROR (BAT-TERY LOW)), 410System alarm 502 (NOISE ON POWER SUPPLY),411System alarm 503 (ABNORMAL POWER SUPPLY(MAIN BOARD)), 412System...

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    Revision RecordFANUCSeries15i/150i-MODELB MAINTENANCE MANUAL (B–63785EN)01Jan., 2002EditionDateContentsEditionDateContents

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    • No part of this manual may bereproduced in any form.• All specifications and designsare subject to change withoutnotice.

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